Harman, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Samsung Electronics focused on connected technologies on Friday unveiled the Intelligent Healthcare Platform, a new comprehensive digital health platform designed to help healthcare and life sciences enterprises in personalised customer-centric services, the company said in a statement.
The Intelligent Healthcare Platform seamlessly transforms data, analytics, intelligence, and governance functions in a secure, cost effective, and privacy-preserving process, the company said.
The platform also leverages artificial intelligence and machine learning modules to offer improved customer experience and engagement through predictive analytics and actionable insights on data harnessed from disparate sources.
“Our platform is designed to improve the efficiency and accuracy of medical diagnoses, enabling healthcare providers to deliver the best possible care to their patients. By leveraging the power of AI, we are able to provide a solution that will help to revolutionize the way that healthcare is delivered, ultimately improving outcomes for patients and providers alike,” said David Owens, Senior Vice President, Digital Transformation Solutions at Harman.
The platform is designed to be future-proof and is capable of meeting current demands - while evolving to meet new digital experiences in the future. Compliance, privacy, and safety are top of mind as the Platform features robust data governance and controls to manage information, confidentiality, integrity, privacy and more, the company noted.