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Radiology center beefs up patient communication system with new AI tools

BY Jeff Rowe | August 30, 2019

What good is the efficient use of radiology in patient diagnosis if patients aren’t able to get follow-up care in a timely fashion?

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New AI model enhances prospects for breast cancer detection

BY Jeff Rowe | August 02, 2019

As Digital Breast Tomosynthesis (DBT) increasingly becomes the standard of care for mammographic imaging, stakeholders say there is a need for algorithms to optimize reading efficiency while maintaining or improving the accuracy achieved with DBT.

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3 ways AI is helping doctors see better

BY Jeff Rowe | July 24, 2019

While so much of AI’s promise for healthcare lies in the future, one need not look too far to see how much it’s a concrete reality right now. 

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Informatics team outlines specific use cases for AI in radiology

BY Jeff Rowe | July 17, 2019

Given the abundance of digital healthcare data currently available, properly organizing it has become a top priority for modern researchers seeking to use it to enhance research efforts using new AI.

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What an AI ‘app store’ might do for radiology

BY Jeff Rowe | June 24, 2019

Among other things, say two stakeholders, by taking over routine tasks, adding quality checks, and enhancing diagnostic accuracy, AI algorithms can be expected to improve clinical outcomes.

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Report offers road map for expanding AI’s role in medical imaging

BY Jeff Rowe | May 29, 2019

Despite numerous barriers, the use of AI in medical imaging holds a lot of promise, but industry stakeholders need to work together to ensure the technology is safe, effective, and efficient.

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Report charts way forward for AI in medical imaging

BY Jeff Rowe | April 18, 2019

AI is poised to make profound impact on radiologists’ efforts, assisting human experts with computer-powered algorithms to enhance interpretation and improve classification of medical imaging results.

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How AI is letting patients read their own X-rays

BY Jeff Rowe | April 03, 2019

Thanks to new open-source AI that runs inside a web browser, patients can begin to get do-it-yourself X-ray diagnoses.