Health consultant Dr. Kate McCrinie is a nationally recognized leader in nursing education, and she has an uncanny knack for connecting with patients in a way that’s often beyond their ability to comprehend.
Now, she’s working with IBM to help them make their own medical research data accessible to patients.
The technology, called Watson, is built on top of Watson’s Watson Analytics, a tool that can understand the way human beings process data, and it’s being built as a platform for medical research.
With the help of IBM Watson, Dr. McCrinies team has built an app that makes it easy to get a diagnosis and help patients with their health needs.
The app, called the Health Connect, is now available for iOS and Android devices, and is now being used by patients, caregivers, and their health professionals to access and manage their data.
This is important because Watson Analytics is used by hospitals, medical centers, and others across the healthcare industry to help doctors, nurses, and other health professionals track patient outcomes.
Dr. Maria McCrinley with Watson Health Connect app that is used for medical patients.
If you’re looking for a doctor, nurse, or other health professional who can connect you to the data, Watson Health is the place to be.
As a result of this collaboration, Watson has developed an app to help patients navigate the new Watson Analytics data, which is now in the form of a mobile app called Watson Health.
The new app allows you to see your medical records in a personalized way, and you can also get alerts when certain records are new, relevant, or important to you.
Watson Health allows you and your health professional to access data from Watson Analytics on the phone, and the app is available for both iPhone and Android.
Dr McCriniece says she and her team worked closely with IBM, which provides analytics to the medical industry, to build the app.
“IBM was really the catalyst for Watson Health,” Dr McCinley said.
“They provided the infrastructure, the tools, and then they got into it and started putting it all together and helping us out.
The app is really the first step in helping doctors, and nurses, doctors, clinicians, and anyone who needs to interact with Watson Analytics to get the most out of the data it’s producing.
The next step is to build an API to allow people to create their own data-driven applications that will then be accessible to the Watson Health app.”
Dr. Marylou McCrin, an IBM Watson Research Fellow, says Watson Analytics has a tremendous impact on healthcare.
“The data that Watson Analytics produces is extremely valuable for medical care,” Dr. Mcrinley said in a statement.
“IBM is helping to make Watson Health accessible to millions of healthcare professionals, which will ultimately benefit patients and their families.”