Could This Be The Next Multi-Billion AI Breakthrough?

There’s a massive announcement set to take place later this year, and it could change the $12 trillion healthcare industry forever.

Over the last 2 years, we’ve seen a huge transformation as businesses across nearly every industry have gone digital.

And with the health crisis sweeping the globe last year, the healthcare sector was no different.

- Today, over 1 billion people Google their health conditions every day, seeking out information on their symptoms before calling their doctor.

- Wellness apps have become the most downloaded in the app store, with 1.2 billion downloads throughout 2020.

- And the rise of telemedicine has brought doctors’ visits to the comfort of your own home, as this trend has grown 46% from 2019 to 2020.

That’s why we’re now on the verge of a healthcare revolution, set to leverage the latest technology to disrupt a bloated and complicated system.

The New York Times says, “Artificial intelligence could transform medicine.”

Forbes predicts, “Artificial intelligence (AI) is poised to change the healthcare [...] industry in ways we couldn’t have imagined only years ago.”

And even Big Tech giants are becoming healthcare companies, as Microsoft acquired the healthcare AI company, Nuance, for $19.7 billion earlier this year.

That makes it Microsoft’s second-largest acquisition in history, which should give us a clue as to how important this shift in the healthcare system could become.

But one small company with a big company vision, could soon play a major role in this healthcare revolution, as they’re finally set to release their new technology after 5 years in the making. International (CSE: TRUE; OTC: TREIF) brought together over 40 world-class medical experts from around the world to create the global library of medicine driven by a unique AI system that can think like a real doctor.

Now, the company is set to release it to the world in the coming months.

And with its sophisticated AI symptom assessment and tracking tool, this could soon be one of the biggest developments to the healthcare system in years.

The Breakthrough Tech Trained To Think Like A Doctor

When people Google their symptoms to figure out whether their runny nose is just a common cold or signs of something more serious…

They often find themselves stuck with a one-size-fits all answer.

It doesn’t take into account your medical history or anything about you.’s new Intelligent AI Driven Digital Assistant in Cara, on the other hand, sorts through millions of pieces of data to deliver the most accurate information.

That could include your height, weight, gender, pre-existing health conditions, blood pressure, diet, genetics, previous surgeries, doctor reports, and more.

And it’s able to do it by integrating both your medical history and data from the most popular wearables on the market like Apple Watch and Fitbit.

Cara will help patients to not only understand what their symptoms mean and what they’re mostly likely facing…

It will also help people and their caregivers monitor and track those symptoms over time.

Add to that the ability to receive personalized support and follow-up over time, and it could become an essential tool in this new healthcare revolution.

With the help of world-class medical experts and engineers, they’ve created a unique new way to support better health and to provide access for anyone to enjoy.

Team of Seasoned Experts Unite

When it comes to adopting new technology, healthcare is usually among the last industries to make the change because the system is so notoriously complicated.

But with AI being used in everything from the GPS on your phone to the spam filters in your email these days, we’re finally seeing AI in healthcare too.

Now, with the race to digitize healthcare, many are wondering which companies will lead the way.

For the best shot at success, you need to look at the teams who have created and scaled breakthroughs before.

That’s exactly what the team behind (CSE: TRUE; OTC: TREIF) has done.

Their CEO, John Fraser, has over 25 years of experience scaling companies in healthcare technology.

Most recently, he led the cloud-based tech company, ABILITY Network, to a $1.2 billion exit to the health tech behemoth Inovalon.

And in starting, he partnered up with his Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Kevin Peterson.

Dr. Peterson has been a tenured professor at the University of Minnesota Medical School, one of the top medical schools in the country, for 35 years.

Together, they spent the last 5 years collaborating with over 40 world-class medical experts and top engineers from around the world to build this breakthrough technology.

Since the key to success for this new technology will likely be in their ability to land partnerships with big insurance companies and governmental health networks…

It’s a smart bet to get behind CEO John Fraser, who has spent his entire career doing this.

And with 41% of its shares held by insiders, that’s a great sign that the team has confidence in being able to scale and grow after all their hard work.

Driving Recurring Revenue From New Angles? (CSE: TRUE; OTC: TREIF) has already received massive support from a top medical school, as the University of Minnesota has adopted it into its training program.

At the university, med students have begun using the technology to test their knowledge and train them in how to make clinical decisions.

But with the variety of ways this technology can be used, could be sitting on a potential goldmine in the days to come.

That’s because they first plan to provide the Cara app to consumers to help deliver personalized health insights and recommendations.

They’ll do this through a premium paid app, which could take off quickly if organizations or insurance companies license this to provide it as a benefit to employees or subscribers.

That’s exactly what happened with wellness apps like Calm and Headspace, as insurers and employers flocked to them as a way to help lower healthcare costs in their organizations.

And that’s precisely why Fraser’s decades of experience and the network he’s built over that time will be so valuable as the app launches later this year.

Second, Cara will also offer recommendations to other paid products and services like telemedicine, specialists, pharmacies, and other health products when appropriate for that next level of care.

This will also provide (CSE: TRUE; OTC: TREIF) with another form of revenue through referral income.

Finally, the company can also license out the AI technology to medical clinics and academic institutions like they have at the University of Minnesota.

They’ve already tested the software in busy clinics, and it’s showing promise in helping to streamline visits to save time and improving the accuracy of diagnoses for patients.

With AI set to transform the $12 trillion healthcare system, it could soon pay massive dividends as is set to release the Cara app later this year.

$12 Trillion Industry Offers Huge Revenue Potential

The industry already has major brand names operating in the space including WebMD and Teledoc.

And even Microsoft has gotten in on the action after taking over the AI company, Nuance.

But the number of multi-billion dollar companies taking over healthcare seems to be growing by the day.

For example, Babylon is a private company coming in at a $4.2 billion valuation after launching a triage chatbot last year.

They’ve rode this fast-growing digital trend to sign a 10-year deal with the NHS trust and with the Rwandan government.

And that’s helped them raise nearly a half billion dollars with investors like AMF and Palantir Technologies.

Or look at ADA Health, another private company leading with AI technology.

They’ve signed 10 new global partners in just the last 8 months.

And they recently closed a $90 million funding round led by pharma giant, Bayer, and the tech juggernaut, Samsung.

But with many of these companies being private at the moment, offers investors a way to get in on this $12 trillion revolution at the ground floor.

And it offers this through new AI technology that goes far beyond what their competitors do.

With a proven healthcare tech executive and dozens of world-class medical experts working behind the scenes for over 5 years... (CSE: TRUE; OTC: TREIF) is now set to release the Cara app in the coming months, which could provide a major catalyst for to add its name as a major player in the industry in 2022 and beyond.

Tech is bringing the world into the future:

Blackberry Limited (TSX:BB) is one of Canada’s most exciting tech plays. While it has pivoted away from its iconic cell phones of yesteryear, it is still very much involved in pushing tech, and by extension all of mankind, further. It’s even building a global digitized healthcare database leveraging blockchain technology. This could be a game-changer for how health data is managed and distributed. But that’s just one facet of its big picture push. From it’s high-profile partnerships with the likes of Amazon and more, to its key posturing in the Internet of Things explosion, BlackBerry is tackling the industry from all fronts, and will be an important player for years to come.

BlackBerry also launched a new research and development arm called BlackBerry Advanced Technology Labs. "Today’s cybersecurity industry is rapidly advancing and BlackBerry Labs will operate as its own business unit solely focused on innovating and developing the technologies of tomorrow that will be necessary for our sustained competitive success, from A to Z; Artificial Intelligence to Zero-Trust environments," Charles Eagan, BlackBerry CTO explained.

Toronto-based Field Trip Health (CSE:FTRP) is taking a three-pronged approach in their work in the transformative psychedelic medicine sector. Not only are they involved in drug development, but they’re also involved in manufacturing and run a number of treatment clinics.

Field Trip has hit the ground running. With clinics currently operating in Toronto, Los Angeles, and New York, they have plans to ramp up to 75 clinics – providing psychotherapy along with psychedelic treatments. As one of the frontrunners in this exciting new industry, investors are keeping a close eye on Field Trip.

3D Signatures Inc software is revolutionizing how doctors diagnose and treat patients, saving them time. 3-dimensional Analysis has been used for years to detect diseases in all types of industries from food production to weapons manufacturing but only recently have we begun seeing its potential when it comes towards curing ailments like cancer or Alzheimer’s disease where understanding complex conditions requires looking at every detail possible through pictures rather than just one idea about what could be going wrong with someone who suffers from these illnesses. 3D Signatures sets itself apart from its competition through creating individualized treatment plans for patients. Using its mapping platform, the software can determine how a disease will progress and whether or not the patient will respond to treatment. 3D Signatures’ broad scope and futuristic technology brings a promising opportunity to potential investors. It truly is at the forefront of a new era in medicine, and investors should not overlook this company’s massive potential.

CRH Medical Corporation is a leading provider of products and services to treat gastrointestinal diseases, including anesthesia. They have been in the space since before many people were even born with their expertise spanning across North America as well international markets where they are trusted by medical professionals around the world. In addition to being ahead of trends that lead towards cutting-edge treatments for patients here at home or abroad.

CRH Medical Corporation specializes in products and services designed for the treatment of gastrointestinal diseases in the United States, Canada, and internationally. With a long history within the space, CRH has positioned itself as a leader in the field, trusted by medical professionals all over the world.

Oncolytics Biotech Inc. (TSX:ONC) is a biotechnology company specializing in the development of novel, smallpox-derived oncolytic viral therapies for cancer treatment. The company's lead product candidate, Toca 511 & Toca FC, has been granted Fast Track designation by the FDA for the treatment of patients with metastatic melanoma that cannot be removed by surgery or radiation therapy. Oncolytics Biotech Inc is committed to developing innovative therapies that address significant unmet medical needs and have the potential to significantly improve outcomes for patients with serious infections and cancer.

Oncolytics Biotech  got it start from a major series of discoveries based out of the University of Calgary and has grown significantly over the past two decades. Onoclytics’ primary product is REOLYSIN, a first-in-class, systemically administered, immuno-oncolytic virus created with the potential to act as a therapy for cancer patients.

By. John Atronis


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