Health IT Analytics September 30, 2022
Shania Kennedy

Louisiana State University Health New Orleans is partnering with ConcertAI to address access to and diversity in cancer clinical trials.

The National Cancer Institute Community Oncology Research Program (NCI NCORP)-designated Louisiana State University (LSU) Health New Orleans is collaborating with artificial intelligence (AI) and real-world data solutions company ConcertAI to improve diversity in clinical trials and ensure broader access for cancer patients.

The collaboration is part of ongoing work by LSU Health New Orleans and NCI NCORP to establish and improve the clinical trials network in the Gulf South region. According to the press release, NCI awarded LSU Health New Orleans a $5.6 million grant to create the network and another $13.6 million to expand it, with an emphasis on reaching...

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