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September 23, 2018 Headlines 1 Comment

.@sloan_kettering sent a note to staff today after my story with @katie_thomas @nytimes.

Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center leadership defends itself to its employees following reports that it gave for-profit AI startup Paige.AI exclusive access to its 25 million pathology slides in return for an equity stake for itself and several MSKCC executives

Longmont-based software company helped hospitals keep track of patients during Florence evacuations

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Biden Cancer Initiative Recognizes MITRE Partnership’s Core Cancer Model

MITRE partners with Intermountain Healthcare, the American Society of Clinical Oncology, and ASCO’s CancerLinq subsidiary to develop a set of cancer data elements culled from EHRs that will help providers make better treatment decisions at the point of care.



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Currently there is "1 comment" on this Article:

  1. MSK:
    No doubt efforts to get AI technology to absorb 25M or some subset of slides are tostly and a huge undertaking
    but this MSK / PaigeAI deal seems to be a case of the a total absence of governance / bids and due process. how such a sweet deal for founders / board and MSK to profit out of slides can pass regulators is unfathomable?

    shameful for MSK and needs to be a apology and some heads otta roll!!







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