By Christine Hall

Health care data is collected all day, every day, but without a way to standardize, label and curate it, the data is of little use.

Enter Segmed, a startup incubated at Stanford University that takes on the heavy lifting of sourcing data and preparing it in a way that can be used by patients, clinicians and researchers, as well as for artificial intelligence training. Previously, a human would have to read each report to determine if that particular data could be used.

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