DoseMe eyes machine learning to boost analytics platform

Queensland-based startup DoseMe is looking at leveraging cloud-based machine learning services courtesy of Microsoft Azure to bolster its analytics platform, DoseMe Crunch. DoseMe’s primary software-as-a-service offering is designed to make it easier for clinicians to calculate the correct dose of a medication for an individual patient, said founder Robert McLeay. According to the company, it is the only software cleared by regulators in Australia and Europe to deliver personalised dosing recommendations to clinicians. “We know that we’re all different; there’s no such thing as average,” McLeay said. “When it comes to dosing a drug it’s not how we look on the outside that counts — it’s how our metabolisms work on the inside.” DoseMe takes information about an individual including data such as height and weight, any doses of a…

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