Fusionex – Digital tech and Medical Education

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Data technology specialist Fusionex together with Malaysia’s pioneer private medical and health sciences education institution International Medical University (IMU) incorporates cutting-edge digital technologies into the university’s undergraduate programs in an initiative to support the increased demand for digital heath as an immediate results of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Both parties have expressed their total commitment to the present initiative through the signing of a Memorandum of Agreement (MoA) between IMU Deputy Vice-Chancellor Professor Peter Pook and Fusionex Group CEO Dato’ Seri Ivan Teh during the Healthcare Big Data Analytics Forum.

This collaboration will see Fusionex’s Big Data Analytics and AI (AI) being implemented in various aspects of medical research and development to supply invaluable insights, reduce diagnostic and treatment periods, and expedite breakthroughs in medical research. These digital approaches to the medical field will allow students and educators to remain up-to-date regarding the spread of disease, receive better and more rapid health education, maintain consistent communication and improve deciding supported smart and holistic insights.

In order to furnish future healthcare providers with the proper set of skills and knowledge, the collaboration will see cutting-edge data technologies being integrated into five IMU undergraduate programs. These programs are Bachelor of Pharmacy (Hons), BSc (Hons) in Medical Biotechnology, BSc (Hons) in Dietetics with Nutrition, BSc (Hons) in Nutrition, and BSc (Hons) in life science . These programs will provide four outcomes: an summary of the analytics life cycle, how analytics is contributing to the healthcare industry, why making data-driven decisions is vital for a corporation , and the way the effective use of analytical and AI skills can solve healthcare-related problems.

In addition, the MoA will allow Fusionex to supply trainers, data scientists and material experts to teach and aid IMU remotely through Fusionex Academy. This move will equip and expose the school to the benefits of massive Data via in-depth lessons and practical applications for cultivating next-generation digital health experts.

“Confronted with the Covid-19 crisis, healthcare is moving swiftly towards a greater use of sophisticated and purposive digital technologies. Through its utilization, there’s little question that it might greatly help the medical field overcome any mass health crisis which will erupt, like the Coronavirus pandemic that we face now. As such, we are fully committed to partnering with IMU to nurture future healthcare providers who are ready to fill use of innovative technology to save lots of lives,” said Fusionex Group CEO Dato’ Seri Ivan Teh.