#426 – The Resource Wire

  • 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.
  • Ready to Update Your PACS? This Novarad blog outlines the product, vendor, future-proofing, and support considerations to help make sure you select the right system.
  • Precision medicine startup BAMF Health just installed United Imaging’s uEXPLORER scanner, making it the first total-body PET/CT used for theranostics in the US. See how this combination will allow BAMF Health to deliver more effective and efficient theranostics treatments.
  • Us2.ai recently 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).
  • Creating your AI adoption plan? This Arterys report details what clinical, efficiency, and regulatory factors to look for in radiology AI vendors.
  • Working out your AI business case? Check out this helpful Blackford Analysis post outlining the three steps to help you justify AI adoption. 
  • Pediatric patients can’t always accurately describe their orthopedic-related pain. Read how Lorenzo Biassnoi, MD, describes how SPECT/CT can help in this SPECT/CT and pediatric orthopedic surgery story.
  • Do your radiologists want faster and less manual access to imaging studies? See how the Indiana Health Information Exchange (IHIE), the largest inter-organizational clinical data repository in the US, cut its imaging study retrieval time by 94% when it adopted Nuance PowerShare.
  • With radiologist workloads growing in volume and complexity, having the wrong PACS can lead to radiologist burnout. This helpful Fujifilm post shows how having the right PACS that functions as a centralized and integrated enterprise imaging system can be part of the solution.
  • See how SPECT/CT substantially improved health outcomes for non-small-cell lung cancer treatment planning compared to planar imaging, while remaining highly cost-effective, in this GE Healthcare-supported study.
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