#388 – 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.
  • Easy access to patient records, reduced inefficiencies and costs, improved collaboration and compliance, and enhanced security. These are just a few of the benefits of Novarad’s enterprise imaging solution detailed right here.
  • Take the AiCE challenge and see why half the radiologists in a recent study “had difficulty differentiating” images from Canon Medical Systems’ Vantage Orian 1.5T MR using its AiCE reconstruction technology compared to standard 3T MRI images.
  • See how Fujifilm Healthcare VidiStar users have benefitted from the cardiovascular information system’s flexible SaaS-based model and leveraged its productivity advantages to increase reimbursements.
  • 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. 
  • Discover how Magnolia Regional Health Center started catching more cancers sooner when it adopted Nuance’s PowerScribe Lung Cancer Screening Program and PowerScribe Follow-up Manager.
  • The American Medical Association recently added new CPT III codes for quantitative CT tissue characterization, paving the way for more health systems to adopt Nanox AI’s HealthCCSng CAC scoring population health solution. 
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-- The Imaging Wire team