#438 – The Resource Wire

  • See how GE Healthcare’s CT lineup is helping radiologists and technologists become more efficient through effortless workflow, new AI efficiencies, and a unique approach to scanner modularity.
  • 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.
  • Hyperfine’s Swoop Portable MR Imaging System is redefining MR accessibility, but do you know how the Swoop is actually being used? Check out this case study detailing the clinical settings and patient scenarios that the Swoop is supporting today.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Over a three-year proof of concept study, UT Health San Antonio found that Enlitic’s Curie Standardize solution would reduce its average CT (head, chest, abdomen) study organization time from 25 to 9 seconds. That adds up when multiplied over 480k annual studies.
  • Adopting a platform strategy can simplify the deployment and management of imaging applications and AI algorithms, but there’s a lot to consider. In this eBook, Blackford Analysis and its clients detail how AI platforms can benefit clinical and IT teams, and share guidelines to consider when selecting a platform.
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