#410 – The Resource Wire

  • See Ochsner Lafayette General’s Director of Radiology, Emily Broussard, describe their “seamless” transition to Nuance PowerScribe One and how it has improved their reporting efficiency and quality.
  • Us2.ai announced the global launch of its flagship echocardiography AI solution, leveraging a new $15M Series A round, and its unique abilities to completely automate echo reporting (complete editable/explainable reports in 2 minutes) and analyze every chamber of the heart (vs. just left ventricle with some vendors). 
  • See how Fujifilm Healthcare helped Arkansas Children’s Hospital 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.
  • 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.
  • Are you sure your imaging archive is safe and recoverable? See how Intelerad’s Cloud DR disaster recovery solution mitigates the many risks facing your archive by securely storing copies of every image.
  • Explore how United Imaging is reinventing the medical imaging business, including downtime rebates, lifetime upgrades, and making sure their customers truly are successful.
  • Canon Medical is making its way through the US on its 2022 Mobile Tour, bringing its products and solutions directly to hospitals and providers in 50 US cities. Tune in to see when Canon is coming to you and watch highlights from its tour stops along the way.
  • After setting ambitious regulatory and commercialization goals, Lunit leveraged CARPL.ai’s platform and operational guidance to complete the clinical trials needed for its INSIGHT CXR and MMG AI tools’ FDA clearances.
  • See how adopting ClearRead CT allowed Michigan’s Regional Medical Imaging’s radiologists to complete their chest CT reads faster and more accurately in this Riverain Technologies case study.
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