#391 – The Resource Wire

  • Over 9 out of 10 people who should be screened for lung cancer aren’t, and nearly 50% of lung cancer cases are caught in the advanced stages. We know from prostate and breast cancer screening that clear guidelines and increased screening saves lives. But lung cancer screening has been challenging. Riverain strives to make everything about the lungs clearer, so they assembled this resource page for anyone interested in starting or improving their lung screening program.
  • Variable heart rates and organ motion can make cardiac imaging a challenge for CT technologists. Discover how intelligent imaging guidance with Siemens Healthineers’ myExam Companion can help overcome these challenges, without compromising quality and consistency.
  • Do you have the tools and knowledge to successfully navigate MACRA? See how Change Healthcare’s Quality Reporting Solution can help you succeed with MIPS without disrupting your workflow.
  • See how and why Nanox.AI sees a much bigger future for public health AI than many of us imagine in this Imaging Wire Q&A with Zohar Elhanani.
  • This Diagnostic and Interventional Cardiology article details the unique advantages of cloud-based CVIS systems (off-property access, team collaboration), with insights from one Mississippi-based physician on the benefits of Fujifilm Healthcare’s VidiStar CVIS.
  • CD burning issues? Check out this one-minute video showing how Novarad’s CryptoChart image sharing solution allows patients to easily access and share their medical images using personalized, highly secure QR codes (not CDs).
  • United Imaging’s uCT ATLAS ultra-premium CT scanner delivers imaging that covers it all. That means 16 cm whole organ coverage, enabling a non-contrast brain in a half-second with a single rotation. That also means whole-heart coverage combined with 0.25 second rotation speed, providing high-quality and low-dose images within one heartbeat. 
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