Imaging

Moving from text-only to AI, interactive multimedia radiology reports
By Bill Siwicki 01:41 pm November 12, 2018
The University of Virginia Health System wanted to create interactive multimedia reports, believing that radiologists could communicate better through the use of enriched and interactive content.
Virtual reality goggles and medical images.
By Mélisande Rouger 11:51 am November 02, 2018
Artificial intelligence (AI) is increasingly permeating medical imaging, but its integration into clinical practice will depend on the capacity of AI technology to facilitate workflow. How far has radiology advanced on this path? Insights asked a leading expert to find out.
Doctor looking at imaging screen.
By Bill Siwicki 12:18 pm October 17, 2018
The Reaction Data research shows the vendor holds 81 percent market share and details the runners up along with other findings.
By Mike Miliard 03:59 pm October 15, 2018
The idea is to create a connected ecosystem of care, given that "no single device, app, or piece of data in isolation that will deliver benefits to patients."
Mercy Health's Anderson Hospital in Cincinnati
By Mike Miliard 01:46 pm September 20, 2018
Cincinnati-based Mercy Health announced this week that it is investing in San Diego-based NucleusHealth, developer of cloud-hosted picture archiving communications systems and teleradiology services. Terms of the investment were not disclosed.
doctor looking at imaging results on a computer screen
By Mike Miliard 03:26 pm September 11, 2018
Mercy Technology Services, the IT division of the sprawling St. Louis-based health system, has developed a new cloud-based imaging platform and is commercializing it for other hospitals to deploy.
exterior view of Highmark Health building in Pittsburgh
By Bill Siwicki 02:12 pm August 20, 2018
The health system deploys innovative FDA-approved technologies, enabling physicians to use AI algorithms to assess 3D models of the heart.
exterior of Johns Hopkins hospital building
By Bill Siwicki 01:02 pm August 16, 2018
Early detection is key to treatment, and with AI-enabled detection methods nearly a third of pancreatic cancer cases could be found four to 12 months sooner, they say.
exterior of Republic County Hospital in Belleville, Kansas
By Bill Siwicki 12:27 pm August 14, 2018
Republic County Hospital in Kansas freed itself from buying new equipment every few years and improved the software’s ease of use for clinicians.
exterior view of Medical Offices of Manhattan, New York
By Bill Siwicki 02:19 pm August 02, 2018
Offices using the technology from his company, LabFinder.com, report receiving 64 percent fewer phone tag calls, and say office staff feel less overwhelmed.

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