#408 – The Resource Wire

  • In this Novarad video, interventional oncologist Gary M. Onik, MD shares how Novarad’s AR surgical navigation system, OpenSight, helps his team accurately assess and treat tumors.
  • 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.
  • The flow of new AI applications makes it hard for radiology groups to determine which tools would help them and how IT teams can handle increased AI adoption. In this Blackford Analysis white paper, radiology and IT leaders from NYU and Canopy Partners share how a platform approach alongside a curated marketplace can help solve these challenges.
  • 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.
  • Faced with the task of monitoring the thousands of exams its algorithms analyze each day, Qure.ai leveraged CARPL.ai’s validation workflow to create a real-time performance dashboard. See how they did it here.
  • Learn how new GE Healthcare MRI technologies are making PI-RADS v2.1 compliant prostate imaging at 1.5T a game changer, with improved image quality, shorter scan times, and a better overall experience for the patient.
  • Check out this editorial by Nuance EVP Peter Durlach on how AI-augmented diagnostic imaging is driving new approaches to collaborative, patient-specific precision care.
  • Women’s imaging has come a long way, but operational efficiency remains a challenge for many facilities. To help address this challenge, this Fujifilm post details the five questions women’s imaging facilities should ask when evaluating workflow management solutions.
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-- The Imaging Wire team