#411 – The Resource Wire

  • 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.
  • When Sao Paolo’s Diagnosticos da America SA (DASA, the world’s 4th largest diagnostics company) set out to evaluate Qure.ai’s QXR solution for their pediatric chest X-ray workflows, they leveraged CARPL.ai’s platform to streamline their evaluation. See how it worked here.
  • 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.
  • Check out this patient case study showing how the Arterys Chest I MSK AI solution helped emergency physicians spot two rib fractures in a shoulder pain exam that might have gone unnoticed.
  • GE Healthcare’s LOGIQ E10 Series ultrasounds combine an array of advanced imaging tools and productivity enhancers based within a scalable platform that lets you configure your system specifically to the needs of your practice. 
  • 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). 
  • Easy access to patient records, reduced inefficiencies and costs, improved collaboration and compliance, and enhanced security. These are just a few of the benefits of Novarad’s enterprise imaging solution detailed right here.
  • See Dr. Brian Goldner of UC Davis Sacramento detail his experience with Canon’s Ultra High Resolution CT and how it can be applied to cardiothoracic interpretations.
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