Clinical Data Sources

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Rigorous Medical Standards

The majority of medical information used by the Ubie AI Symptom Checker is based on more than 50,000 publications from authoritative and reliable medical associations and top medical journals. These sources are continuously updated and supervised by both internal and external supervising physicians to ensure the provision of accurate medical information. Below are some of the frequently cited sources in our content references as of December 2023.

Medical Journals

  • Nature Medicine
  • New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM)
  • Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)
  • The Lancet

Medical Associations

Other Sources

Enhancing through Real-World Feedback

What sets Ubie's service apart is that it is used by over 1,700 healthcare providers, where it supports physicians during patient consultations. Our unique approach doesn't solely rely on publicly known medical literature; we also incorporate genuine feedback from these providers. With the insights from more than 50 supervising physicians, we continuously refine and evolve our algorithms, ensuring our service remains at the forefront of accessible and accurate medical guidance.

Further Details

For an overview of our Medical AI's extensive development process, we invite you to peruse the detailed information provided below.

How Ubie's Medical AI Works

At Ubie, we have established and publicly disclosed a Medical Content Editorial Policy to ensure that our active supervising physicians deliver accurate and easy-to-understand information on diseases, symptoms, causes, treatments, etc., from a patient's perspective.

Discover the skilled supervising physicians whose expertise and vigilance shape the Ubie AI Symptom Checker. Further information awaits below.


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