#395 – The Resource Wire

  • Made in Texas. Built for the Modern World. See how United Imaging’s fresh approach, vertically integrated structure, and unique “all-in” strategy is raising the bar in medical imaging
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • With radiation dose management now largely considered best practice, this Bayer white paper details the top five benefits of adopting contrast dose management.
  • Do your radiologists want faster and less manual access to imaging studies? See how the Indiana Health Information Exchange (IHIE), the largest inter-organizational clinical data repository in the US, cut its imaging study retrieval time by 94% when it adopted Nuance PowerShare.
  • Creating your AI adoption plan? This Arterys report details what clinical, efficiency, and regulatory factors to look for in radiology AI vendors.
  • Change Healthcare’s cloud-native, zero-footprint Stratus Imaging PACS is now live in clinical use. See how Stratus Imaging PACS is helping radiology practices improve productivity and patient care, while eliminating the cost and resource constraints of on-premise systems.
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