#400 – The Resource Wire

  • Join Microsoft and Nuance on March 24th at 2pm ET to learn how they are working together to develop Nuance’s next‑generation, AI‑powered diagnostic imaging platform.
  • 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.
  • With radiologist workloads growing in volume and complexity, having the wrong PACS can lead to radiologist burnout. This helpful Fujifilm post shows how having the right PACS that functions as a centralized and integrated enterprise imaging system can be part of the solution.
  • Check out this Imaging Wire Show, featuring Nanox AI strategy leader, Dr. Orit Wimpfheimer, where we discuss building an international telerad practice, what’s wrong with triage AI, and pivoting to population health AI.
  • With radiation dose management now largely considered best practice, this Bayer white paper details the top five benefits of adopting contrast dose management.
  • 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.
  • Imaging Wire readers have been following along as Intelerad created a truly comprehensive Enterprise Imaging and Informatics Suite. Here’s how to see it in person at HIMSS 22.
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