Lung Cancer by the Numbers

Lung Cancer statistics and solutions

Lung Cancer is the Deadliest Cancer 0 Estimated new cases of lung cancer diagnosed in 2019 (American Cancer Society) 0 Estimated deaths caused by lung cancer in 2019 (American Cancer Society) Deaths Caused By Cancer Lung cancer accounts for 25% of all cancer deaths and causes more deaths  than the next three cancers combined. Go2Foundation Survival …

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Shine A Light on Lung Cancer

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For 12 months of the year our focus, at Thynk Health, is on defeating lung cancer with advanced technology to identify and screen more at-risk patients, detecting lung cancer earlier when survival rates are far higher. We help hospitals track patients through their screening and treatment processes and easily communicate test results and appointment notifications …

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Solving the Data Conundrum in Healthcare – Part 2

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Solving the Data Conundrum in Healthcare – Part 2 Innovations and Technology as Solutions: The second of a three part series. Read Part 1: Barriers to Innovation here.  In technology — specifically in the area of data analytics — the myriad of available tools can be overwhelming for healthcare administrators or program champions to sift through. …

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Solving the Data Conundrum in Healthcare – Part 1

Solving the Data Conundrum in Healthcare Barriers to Innovation in Healthcare: The first of a three part series. Healthcare’s transition to a highly data-centric environment, requires greater innovation and technology than ever before. While healthcare has always been a data-driven field (through laboratory tests, imaging exams, vital signs, and other clinical tests), we have recently …

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Changing the Way Radiologists Performance is Assessed with the help of Machine Learning and Natural Language Processing

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Changing the Way Radiologists Performance is Assessed with the help of Machine Learning and Natural Language Processing Radiologists quality evaluation programs are highly variable and rarely lead to improved patient care. Some organizations like the American College of Radiology have substantially elevated the topic by creating frameworks and data repositories to collect information on radiologists …

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MedMyne Announces Rebrand to Thynk Health

MedMyne Announces Rebrand to Thynk Health New brand reinforces an investment in innovating healthcare technology and serves as an opportunity to remain unique in the marketplace. Lexington, KY: MedMyne, a complete cancer screening platform, announces the company’s rebrand to Thynk Health. The rebrand elevates the focus on the use of advanced technologies including artificial intelligence …

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MedMyne [Thynk Health] joins the Epic App Orchard

Update: MedMyne changed to Thynk Health as of 10/12/2018. MedMyne announces the launch of its lung cancer screening management platform, LungMyne, in the Epic App Orchard. Lexington, K.Y. – February 25, 2018 – MedMyne, the developer of LungMyne, a complete lung cancer screening management platform, is pleased to announce its launch in the Epic App …

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News: MedMyne [Thynk Health] featured in the Chattanooga Times Free Press

News: MedMyne featured in the Chattanooga Times Free Press

Update: MedMyne changed to Thynk Health as of 10/12/2018. Medmyne is proud to have been featured in the Chattanooga Times Free Press as an innovative solution that CHI Memorial Hospital is using to detect lung cancer early.  “The ongoing debate in Washington, D.C., over the future of Obamacare may determine how many people have health …

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