#382 – The Resource Wire

  • It’s clear that structured reporting is a must for CVIS platforms, but they aren’t all created equal. This Fujifilm Healthcare article reveals what physicians and sonographers view as the “non-negotiable” CVIS structured reporting features.
  • The USPSTF guidelines for lung cancer screening were updated in May 2021, and driving compliance to such guidelines is a long, slow, repetitive process. Because of that, the Riverain team put together a kit to help hospitals and imaging centers educate either referring physicians or patients on the new guidelines either via branded tools or through the media.
  • 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. 
  • See how UCSD reduced its lung nodule detection times and increased its reader performance using Arterys Lung AI. 
  • 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.
  • Working out your AI business case? Check out this helpful Blackford Analysis report on how to calculate AI’s clinical, IT, administrative, and financial value to your organization.
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