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    AI-Assisted Clinical Decision Support System

    SberMedAI products are based on AI algorithms and help doctors at all stages of clinical decision making

    Benefits of using medical AI in your clinic

    Save time when working with patients

    Second opinion for better diagnosis

    Support for clinical decisions

    Better prioritizing with hospitalization decisions

    Reducing the risk of undetected pathologies and misdiagnoses


    We offer available digital services for medicine and smart solutions that optimize ambulance, diagnosis and verification processes by combining advanced technologies and the experience of doctors on a single platform

    Wide range of products

    Our product selection cover the majority of needs in clinics and is constantly updated with new solutions

    Our partners

    Higher scientific institutions of Russia

    Research centers and development institutes

    Scientific and development organizations


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