RAIR Health Limited, a biomedical knowledge management company focused on extracting valuable clinical insights from real-world data and images, today announces it has extended its non-exclusive data license agreement with University Hospital Coventry and Warwickshire (“UHCW”) NHS Trust for an additional 2 years.
RAIR is developing a series of biomedical knowledge management tools which employ advanced data sciences, including artificial intelligence and image-based machine learning to extract proprietary clinical insights from anonymised patient data. Such insights form the foundations for future data-led products and services which help doctors to give the right drug, to the right patient at the right time; and enable clinical researchers to develop or refine their clinical trials to bring better-targeted treatments to patients faster and with greater certainty.
Under the terms of the agreement, UHCW will continue to benefit from a right to royalties on any products or services which result from the insights derived from UHCW data and to participate in any future increase in the value of RAIR’s equity capital.
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