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EpiCURA, a private hospital in Ath, Belgium, is poised to revolutionize ENT examinations using artificial intelligence (AI).

Beginning late 2023, AI from Belgian software company Bingli will assist patient consultations, funded by the Valonia government.

AI will preemptively address 70-100% of doctor’s questions, optimizing patient and doctor time. This avant-garde approach not only expedites diagnoses but also enhances doctor-patient interactions during consultations.

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EpiCURA’s bold step heralds a new era in healthcare. By combining cutting-edge AI technology with medical expertise, they’re at the forefront of a global medical evolution.

The late 2023 launch marks a pivotal moment, bridging technology and healthcare to elevate patient care.

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