New analytics tool announced by GE Healthcare and International Olympic Committee to enable personalized care of Athlete

New analytics tool announced by GE Healthcare and International Olympic Committee to enable personalized care of Athlete

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  • Post By : Kumar Jeetendra
  • Source: MBI Bureau
  • Date: 08 February, 2018

Early this week GE healthcare officials and International Olympic Committee announced the launch of an analytics tool to enable personalized care in upcoming winter season Olympic Games in Seol South Korea this week and same in 2020 summer games in Tokyo.

According to GE healthcare officials this new tool feature with the dashboard with real - time analytics with complete information having injury type and illness outbreak to help clinicians improve athlete health, performance and safety as a Athlete Management System (AMS).

AMS could identify a particular hotspot where multiple injuries are occurring or a spike in illness among spectators who attended an event at a specific venue.

GE officials point out that cloud-based AMS could identify a particular hotspot where multiple injuries are occurring or a spike in illness among spectators who attended an event at a specific venue.

Richard Budgett, MD, medical and scientific director for the IOC Said,

“Through digital transformation, the IOC is pursuing its mission of helping to prevent injuries among our world-class athletes,”

"With 40 sports across the Olympic Games and Olympic Winter Games, each athlete requires unique healthcare monitoring and care. AMS will provide information that helps clinicians personalize training and treatment, so Olympians are best positioned to compete.”

Story Source: MBI Bureau

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