DiagnaMed Expects Brain Health AI Platform To Be Commercialized In Q4 2023

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DiagnaMed Holdings (CSE: DMED) is anticipating to begin the commercialization stage of its flagship CERVAI brain health AI platform in the fourth quarter of 2023.

The timeline estimate was provided by the company in an announcement this morning, which indicated that they expect the tool to be available at health centers, pharmacies, hospitals, clinics, doctors offices, and homes. Commercial support tools are in the process of being finalized, while discussions with clinics and research centres across North America are currently underway.

The platform currently consists of a Brain Age Estimation as well as a Brain Health Assessment tool, the latter of which includes an electroencephalogram headset and machine-learning model. The assessment tool generates a brain health score and clinician-observed measures to enable users to be proactive with their brain health. The mHealth & eHealth Development and Innovation Centre was reportedly hired to integrate the assessment service of CERVAI into what is recognized as Canada’s Digital Health Technology Access Centre.

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The current Brain Age model meanwhile predicts chronological ages with a medium-to-strong statistical effect size based on EEG data recorded from the headset, the data from which is then processed using a proprietary machine-learning model. The final phase of development of the Brain Age program is said to be complete, with final results from the clinic and home studies slated to be published later this year to support commercialization.

“We are in the final stage of development for CERVAI™, our novel brain health AI platform. We expect to launch CERVAI™ in Q4-2023. CERVAI™ is for people who want to take control of their brain health,” commented CEO Fabio Chianelli.

DiagnaMed Holdings last traded at $0.04 on the CSE.

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