#416 – The Resource Wire

  • Having Trouble Improving Your Radiology Workflow? This Novarad report details how a customizable PACS, high uptime and reliability, and digital image enhancement tools can improve your workflow.
  • Clinicians are using the NAEOTOM Alpha to overcome limitations previously thought unavoidable in CT, with ultra-high spatial resolution without dose penalty and detailed spectral imaging without compromises. Get the facts about the technology and the benefits of photon-counting CT.
  • This Riverain Technologies case study details how Duke University Medical Center integrated ClearRead CT into its chest CT workflows, reducing read times by 26% and improving nodule detection by 29%.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • When Birmingham Radiological Group-GV adopted Nuance PowerScribe One, the practice eliminated 60-75 minutes in daily reporting time and reduced calls to the radiology reading room by 80%. See how in this Nuance Case Study.
  • See how Valley Radiology’s decision to make Intelerad IntelePACS its single reading environment helped the independent practice gain control of its growing volumes and rising case complexity, improve its efficiency and radiologist experience, and deliver better patient care.
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-- The Imaging Wire team