#375 – The Resource Wire

  • How could photon-counting CT impact your patients? In this video, the Medical University of South Carolina, one of the first users of the NAEOTOM Alpha, talks about the potential to visualize small lesions and fine details for high diagnostic confidence in neurology, cardiology, oncology, and pulmonology.
  • It says a lot when a solution works so well for a radiology department that they decide to perform a study to quantify its benefits. In this Imaging Wire Q&A, University Hospital of Zurich’s Thomas Frauenfelder discusses his experience and study on Riverain Technologies ClearRead CT.
  • See why the time is right for imaging AI-enabled population health in this Hardian Health profile featuring Nanox AI’s Zohar Elhanani.
  • Working out your AI business case? Check out this helpful Blackford Analysis post detailing how to create your AI Value Matrix based on your organizational objectives and value indicators.
  • Check out this Imaging Wire Show featuring GE Healthcare’s US & Canada MRI leader, Brian Murphy, discussing MRI’s evolution and how AIR Recon DL is eliminating MRI’s signal, speed, and resolution compromise. 
  • Evaluating your patient engagement strategy? Check out this Imaging Wire Show featuring Novarad’s Paul Shumway for a great conversation about how new technologies are helping imaging providers safely and securely improve patient engagement.
  • The evolution of United Imaging’s CT portfolio continued in 2020 and 2021 with new developments to help healthcare providers expand their practice, including the uCT ATLAS’ integrated uAI Vision 3D camera that enables AI-empowered operational efficiencies.
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-- The Imaging Wire team