#401 – The Resource Wire

  • Today’s radiology departments are under pressure like never before, and so much of it is generated by rising CT volumes and complexity. See how clinicians view today’s CT challenges, and why they believe scalable CTs might be the solution in this GE Healthcare Report
  • 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 expanding AI adoption.
  • 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.
  • It says a lot when a solution works so well for a radiology department that they decide to perform a study to quantify its benefits. In this Imaging Wire Q&A, University Hospital of Zurich’s Thomas Frauenfelder discusses his experience and study on Riverain Technologies ClearRead CT.
  • 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).
  • Thinking about adding PET/CT to your clinical offerings but don’t have the patient volume to support a full-time scanner? Check out Siemens Healthineers’ fleet of Biograph mobile PET/CT solutions to learn how we can provide reliable, high-quality imaging with a focus on the patient experience – no matter the location.
  • Enterprise Imaging has come a long way, and it has a long way to go. This Intelerad white paper details the five pillars organizations should prioritize in order to realize the full potential of EI’s next evolution.
  • Working out your AI business case? Check out this helpful Blackford Analysis post detailing how to create your AI Value Matrix based on your organizational objectives and value indicators.
  • Think your imaging center patients and staff might be open to a better check-in process? See how Radiology Associates of Daytona (RA) streamlined patient check-ins with Fujifilm’s Synapse RIS-integrated Royal Kiosks. 
  • 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. 
  • Creating your AI adoption plan? This Arterys report details what clinical, efficiency, and regulatory factors to look for in radiology AI vendors.
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