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IBM: 21 Hospitals Across China to Adopt Watson for Oncology to Help Physicians Personalize Cancer Care 2016.08.14

Armonk, NY, USA and Beijing, China - August 11, 2016 - IBM (NYSE: IBM) and Hangzhou CognitiveCare today announced 21 hospitals across China plan to adopt Watson for Oncology trained by Memorial Sloan Kettering, a cognitive computing platform for physicians to help them deliver personalized, evidence-based cancer treatment options. The initial 21-hospital introduction is part of a far-reaching, multi-year partnership through which Hangzhou CognitiveCare will introduce Watson for Oncology to hospitals across China. This is Watson Health's first partnership in China.

Dr. Christopher Walsh, Chief of Genetics at Boston Children's Hospital explores the IBM Watson for Genomics Dashboard.
IBM and Boston Children's Hospital announced a new collaboration that aims to help clinicians identify potential diagnosis and treatment options for children with rare diseases using genomic data and cognitive technology.
Photo courtesy of IBM / Boston Children's Hospital
 

Armonk, NY, USA and Beijing, China - August 11, 2016

• IBM Partners with Hangzhou CognitiveCare to Bring Watson to China

IBM (NYSE: IBM) and Hangzhou CognitiveCare today announced 21 hospitals across China plan to adopt Watson for Oncology trained by Memorial Sloan Kettering, a cognitive computing platform for physicians to help them deliver personalized, evidence-based cancer treatment options.

Deborah DiSanzo, general manager, IBM Watson Health.
Photo courtesy of IBM
 
The initial 21-hospital introduction is part of a far-reaching, multi-year partnership through which Hangzhou CognitiveCare will introduce Watson for Oncology to hospitals across China.
This is Watson Health’s first partnership in China.

Hangzhou CognitiveCare, which was established to bring cognitive computing to the fight against cancer in China, will provide sales, service and customer support including localization of Watson’s insights for doctors in China.

Christopher Walsh, MD, PhD, director of the Division of Genetics and Genomics at Boston Children’s Hospital works with the Watson for Genomics system.
Photo courtesy of IBM / Boston Children's Hospital
 
For example, while Watson for Oncology will initially be available in the English language only, CognitiveCare will provide some translation support to ensure Watson’s treatment insights – such as drug labels and treatment guidelines – are available to customers in appropriate Chinese dialects.
Additionally, CognitiveCare will localize dosing based on Chinese medical guidelines.

Guangdong Provincial Hospital of Chinese Medicine in Guangzhou, China.
Photo courtesy of UCLA
 
Watson’s debut in China comes at a time when cancer cases are increasing in the region. Cancer is the leading cause of death among China’s population of 1.4 billion.

In 2015 alone there were 4.3 million new cancer cases and more than 2.8 million cancer deaths in China.
It is estimated that the country is experiencing approximately 12,000 new cancer diagnoses each day.
Article: Cancer Statistics in China, 2015, CA: Cancer J for Clin, Published early online January 26, 2016 doi: 10.3322/caac.21338.

Guangdong Provincial Hospital of Chinese Medicine in Guangzhou, China.
Photo courtesy of UCLA
 
Further, doctors face an increasing battle to stay up to date about best practices in treatment given the high volume of new and emerging oncology research.

With Watson at its core, CognitiveCare is positioned to help transform cancer treatment in China.

Guangdong Provincial Hospital of Chinese Medicine in Guangzhou, China.
Photo courtesy of UCLA
 
Watson for Oncology
:

• Increases efficiency for oncologists by scoring and ranking medical literature and quickly summarizing patient records.

• Enables oncologists to deliver quality, evidence-based treatment options by analyzing massive volumes of medical literature to identify individualized treatment options.

• Scales world-class oncology expertise from Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.

Guangdong Provincial Hospital of Chinese Medicine in Guangzhou, China.
Photo courtesy of UCLA
 
To advance the adoption of Watson for Oncology in the region, Hangzhou CognitiveCare will build on its regional network of teleconsultation system service providers tapping into their knowledge of the region, the medical community, and the health needs of the population.

Guangdong Provincial Hospital of Chinese Medicine in Guangzhou, China.
Photo courtesy of UCLA
 
The initial 21 hospitals adopting Watson for Oncology in China are
:


• SUN YAT SEN University Cancer Center,

• The Fourth Affiliated Hospital of China Medical University,

• Wuxi People Hospital,

• Zhejiang Provincial Hospital of Chinese Medicine,

• Tianjin Third Central Hospital,

• Fudan University Shanghai Cancer Center,

• Xuanwu Hospital Capital Medical University,

• Shanghai Punan Hospital,

• Guangzhou Women And Children’s Medical Center,

• Panyu Maternal and Child Care Service Centre of Guangzhou,

• Guangzhou Panyu Central Hospital,

• Guangdong Province Traditional Chinese Medical Hospital,

• General Hospital of Guangzhou Military Command of PLA,

• Guangzhou Traditional Chinese Medicine First Affiliated Hospital,

• Zhongshan Hospital Xiamen University,

• Fuzhou Second Hospital,

• Fujian Provincial Hospital,

• Ningbo Fourth Hospital,

• Affiliated Zhongshan Hospital of Dalian University,

• The Second Affiliated Hospital of Kunming Medical University, and

• Tongde Hospital of Zhejiang Province.

Guangdong Provincial Hospital of Chinese Medicine in Guangzhou, China.
Photo courtesy of UCLA
 
“Hangzhou CognitiveCare is eager to bring IBM’s Watson for Oncology to reach every oncologist in China we possibly can,”
said Zhen Tu, CEO of Hangzhou Cognitive Care.
“Watson has the power to transform how doctors battle cancer in China and around the world, providing physicians with insights regarding treatment options that help them customize therapeutic recommendations specific to each individual, based on a patient’s specific needs.”

Photo courtesy of IBM
 
“Healthcare in China is transforming at a rapid pace but the world's most populous country faces numerous challenges as it struggles to cope with a precipitous rise in cancer and other diseases,”
said Nancy Fabozzi, Principal Analyst of Transformational Health at Frost & Sullivan.
“Optimum care for cancer patients often requires a customized, evidence-based approach to treatment due to the unique characteristics of the disease. Watson for Oncology offers great potential to help enable the best possible patient outcomes and is ideally suited to help advance China's efforts to improve the quality and efficiency of cancer treatment.”

Photo courtesy of IBM
 
Watson represents a fundamental shift in the paradigm of computing, moving from programmable systems that have been the mainstay for the last several decades to learning systems that keep getting better as they process more knowledge.

Photo courtesy of IBM
 
Based on cutting-edge research led by IBM computer scientists, Watson has the ability to read and understand natural language.

Watson for Oncology was developed by IBM in collaboration with Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, one of the world’s leading cancer centers.

Photo courtesy of IBM
 
Watson for Oncology draws from a massive corpus of information, including more than 300 medical journals, more than 200 textbooks, and nearly 15 million pages of text to provide recommendations about different drug options and administration instructions.

Watson also links to peer reviewed studies and clinical guidelines.
Its machine-learning capability means it is continually learning over time.

Deborah DiSanzo, general manager, IBM Watson Health.
Photo courtesy of IBM
 
“IBM is committed to working with CognitiveCare as the first mover in China to bring Watson Health technologies into this market,”
said Deborah DiSanzo, general manager for IBM Watson Health.
“Health leaders in Asia-Pacific are leading the way globally in advancing cancer care. The 21 hospitals in China that will adopt the Watson for Oncology offering join world-class facilities that are offering the power of Watson to their physicians and the adoption of Watson in China is indicative of the momentum we are seeing among health professionals worldwide for IBM’s unique cognitive computing platform.”

Photo courtesy of IBM
 

About Hangzhou CognitiveCare

Hangzhou Cognitive Network Tech Co., Ltd., established in January 2016, is the operation service provider designated for IBM Watson for Oncology in China.

The company was established to bring cognitive computing to fight against cancer in China, and will provide sales, service and customer support, including localization of Watson’s insights in China.

Initially, Watson for Oncology will be available in the English language only; Hangzhou CognitiveCare is localizing the language, so that more Chinese doctors can participate.

CognitiveCare is working with local hospitals and medical research institutes to advance its mission to bring artificial intelligence innovation to the medical field.

The goal of CognitiveCare is to improve diagnosis and treatment, promoting development of clinical research and making therapy more standardized, accurate and personalized in China.


About IBM Watson Health

Watson is the first commercially available cognitive computing capability representing a new era in computing.

The system, delivered through the cloud, analyzes high volumes of data, understands complex questions posed in natural language, and proposes evidence-based answers.

Watson continuously learns, gaining in value and knowledge over time, from previous interactions.

In April 2015, the company launched IBM Watson Health and the Watson Health Cloud platform.

The new unit will help improve the ability of doctors, researchers and insurers to innovate by surfacing insights from the massive amount of personal health data being created and shared daily.

The Watson Health Cloud will allow this information to be shared and combined with a dynamic and constantly growing aggregated view of clinical, research and social health data.

For more information on IBM Watson,
visit: ibm.com/watson

http://www.ibm.com/watson/

For more information on IBM Watson Health,
visit: ibm.com/watsonhealth

 http://www.ibm.com/smarterplanet/us/en/ibmwatson/health/


Photo courtesy of IBM
 

Contact information

Christine Douglass
IBM Watson Health Media Relations

415-535-4479
cgdouglass@us.ibm.com  


Source: IBM

http://www-03.ibm.com/press/us/en/index.wss  



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