#442 – The Resource Wire

  • MR might be known for soft tissue imaging, but GE Healthcare’s oZTEo application is making one-stop soft tissue and bone imaging a reality. See how oZTEo works and how radiologists are approaching this new technology here.
  • Ready to make MRI more accessible to your patients? See how Siemens Healthineers’ MAGNETOM Free.Max expands MR imaging to more patients, sites, and providers.
  • Did you know one quarter of healthcare organizations have experienced a cyber-attack in the last year? This Change Healthcare animation explains how 3rd-party certified cloud-native enterprise imaging can help secure IT infrastructure that might be exposed with re-platformed imaging systems.
  • Over 9 out of 10 people who should be screened for lung cancer aren’t, and nearly 50% of lung cancer cases are caught in the advanced stages. We know from prostate and breast cancer screening that clear guidelines and increased screening saves lives. But lung cancer screening has been challenging. Riverain strives to make everything about the lungs clearer, so they assembled this resource page for anyone interested in starting or improving their lung screening program.
  • See how Novarad’s new VisAR augmented reality surgical navigation system enables physicians to find and reach their target destination more quickly – without the expense, footprint, and setup time of conventional navigation systems and robots.
  • Despite significant interest, there’s still confusion about the value of imaging AI. This Blackford Analysis white paper explores the key cost considerations and ROI factors that radiology groups can use to figure out how to make AI valuable for them.
  • After years of expansion, Montreal’s Imagix Radiology moved to Intelerad, allowing it to unify and modernize its radiology IT infrastructure, while improving its efficiency and data exchange capabilities. See what Imagix had to say about making the move to Intelerad here.
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