#402 – The Resource Wire

  • See how Canon AiCE DLR is achieving new levels of cardiovascular imaging in this presentation from Jeannie Yu MD, FACC, FSCCT.
  • Curious about what’s new at HIMSS22? This Fujifilm post details how HIMSS 2022 revealed interrelated trends towards using a single comprehensive enterprise imaging solution, leveraging cloud services, and AI adoption. 
  • We hear a lot about AI being the next big thing or being immature and overhyped. This set of Blackford Analysis editorials reviews the challenges that are still holding back imaging AI, and the areas that AI is delivering genuine clinical benefits.
  • See how Nanox AI’s population health solutions are helping health systems and payers to improve the quality and cost of care through early disease detection.
  • Us2.ai’s echocardiography analysis automation solution is being integrated into the EchoNous Kosmos ultrasound platform, creating the most powerful diagnostic “power tool” ever created for the hand-carried POCUS market. 
  • See how Novarad’s CryptoChart solution allowed Central Ohio Primary Care (COPC, 70 practices, 400 physicians) to make the transition to digital imaging sharing in this Healthcare IT News case study.
  • Molecular imaging has played a critical role in oncology for decades, and the development of new radiopharmaceuticals and targeted therapeutics might prove to be crucial for achieving the promise of precision medicine. See how in this thought provoking GE Healthcare post.
  • See how Einstein Healthcare Network reduced its syringe expenses, enhanced its syringe loading, and improved its contrast documentation when it upgraded to Bayer Radiology’s MEDRAD Stellant FLEX CT Injection System.
  • Midwest Radiology Outpatient Imaging of St. Paul, Minnesota recently became the proud owner of United Imaging’s uMI 550, giving its team and patients a PET/CT system that combines clinical flexibility with digital technology that prevents obsolescence.
  • See how Fujifilm Healthcare helped Arkansas Children’s Hospital’s imaging IT infrastructure evolve from departmental silos to an interoperable architecture that improved its radiology and IT teams’ day-to-day flexibility and future scalability.

    This Riverain Technologies case study details how Einstein Medical Center adopted ClearRead CT enterprise-wide (all 13 CT scanners) and how the solution allowed Einstein radiologists to identify small nodules faster and more reliably.
  • Imaging’s cloud evolution didn’t happen all at once. This Change Healthcare animation details the history of digital imaging architectures, and how cloud-native imaging improves stability and scalability, ease of management, patient data security, and operating costs.
  • 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.
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