#432 – The Resource Wire

  • We talk a lot about radiology practices’ AI adoption, but usually don’t have much evidence to back it up. That changes with this new Arterys report detailing how and why 30 US radiology groups became imaging AI adopters.
  • See how 2-meter total body PET gives molecular imaging teams a diagnostic advantage compared to other “eyes to thighs” PET options in this editorial by United Imaging CEO Jeffrey M. Bundy.
  • See how Einstein Healthcare Network reduced its syringe expenses, enhanced its syringe loading, and improved its contrast documentation when it upgraded to Bayer Radiology’s MEDRAD Stellant FLEX CT Injection System.
  • 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.
  • Change Healthcare’s cloud-native, zero-footprint Stratus Imaging PACS is now live in clinical use. See how Stratus Imaging PACS is helping radiology practices improve productivity and patient care, while eliminating the cost and resource constraints of on-premise systems.
  • 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.
  • 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).
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