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SUBSCRIBE & USE NOW EPCON'S FREE MOBILE COMPUTER AIDED DIAGNOSTICS FOR CHEST X-RAY

The AI for Good Service is designed to serve physicians, radiologists and healthcare workers in remote settings in need of a second opinion. 

Subscribe now and get started!
Benefits of the CAD BOT product:
  • Free readings and probability score for your TB Chest x-rays
  • Get your TB probability score in 30 seconds
  • Serve remote and limited resource settings with a tool to assist in screening, rapid diagnostics and triage of patients
  • Evaluate use of CAD in remote settings
How does it work? 
  1. Subscribe below
  2. Get your unique URL
  3. Upload your chest x-ray (JPEG or PNG)
  4. The rest is easy
If you get stuck somewhere in the process call us now
 
Share your experience. We will continue to improve our services and technology so you can focus on optimal patient care ...   
No strings attached! 
Our goal is to provide helpful and accurate information on the Epcon CADbot Service to facilitate your screening process. We make no endorsement, representation, or warranty of any kind about any the Epcon CADbot output, information, or services. The accuracy of the data collected and presented through the Epcon CADbot Service is not intended to match that of medical devices or scientific measurement devices. The present accuracy levels of our CAD when presented with high resolution images match that of most commercial applications.
Limitations of the program
  • No high volume, systematic screening programs
  • No automated peer review
  • No image library, patient management and manual overriding of results
  • No APIs for integration in Health Management Systems
  • No offline capacity

KEY BENEFITS

  • Contribute to universal access of diagnostic tools
  • Near immediate results 
  • Validation & second opinion of own diagnostics interpretation
  • Low barriers to entry
  • No strings attached
  • Assessing value and testing of Computer Aided Diagnostic tools for Chest x-ray in country settings
  • Collecting evidence of relevance and use of CAD