Dr. Keith Dreyer Mass General Brigham AI radiology
By Bill Siwicki 11:41 am May 10, 2021
The health system's chief data science officer explains how artificial intelligence will assist radiologists – and how it will lead to better patient outcomes.
By Bill Siwicki 11:33 am February 22, 2021
Think of it like advanced imaging analytics: The data it provides clinicians can be invaluable to successfully treating cancer patients.
Conley Camera building in an antique photo
By Mike Miliard 03:26 pm February 18, 2021
The Rochester facility, which won't open until staff COVID-19 safety comes more into focus, will enable the two organizations to build on their "shared cultures of collaboration" said Mayo CIO Cris Ross.
Phoenix Children's Hospital's PET CT ambient experience
By Bill Siwicki 11:32 am February 09, 2021
In addition to calming kids, parents and even providers, the Philips technology has enabled better images, a reduced need to rescan and reduced total scan time.
KLAS banner at an event booth
By Mike Miliard 01:51 pm February 02, 2021
Other winners include Galen Healthcare Solutions as the top overall IT services firm, Chartis Group as top overall healthcare management consulting firm and IBM Watson Health's Merge PACS as most improved software product.
By 11:20 pm January 31, 2021
Philips unveiled an integrated suite of offerings which promises to revolutionize workflow in the radiology department by addressing the most pressing operational challenges across diagnostic and interventional radiology, at the RSNA 2020 virtual event.
By Sophie Porter 02:25 am January 27, 2021
The partnership will be used to advance patient care at Rennes University Hospital and propel the hospital’s clinical research and innovation strategies.
By Dean Koh 10:09 pm January 25, 2021
In service since 2018, the Siriraj Mobile Stroke Unit has helped 380 stroke patients receive emergency medical treatment in Thailand so far.
By Dean Koh 12:54 am January 12, 2021
The software can automatically mark potential lesions based on the use of AI to learn from endoscopic images of more than 10,000 lesions, as well as learning from the observations of expert physicians.
By Mike Miliard 02:50 pm December 14, 2020
Whether assessing vaccine safety and efficacy, assisting with X-ray readings or tracking communities' vulnerability to COVID-19, artificial intelligence has been put to work in new and innovative ways throughout the pandemic.