Medical Imaging

FDA Grants Breakthrough Device Status to Healthcare AI Software

December 5, 2018 - The FDA has granted breakthrough device designation to healthcare AI software being developed by Bayer and Merck for chronic thromboembolic pulmonary hypertension (CTEPH) pattern recognition. The software will rely on deep learning to support radiologists in identifying CTEPH in computed tomography pulmonary angiography (CTPA) scans, explained Bayer in a press release. CTPA and...

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GE Unveils Edison Healthcare Artificial Intelligence Platform

by Fred Donovan

GE Healthcare has unveiled its Edison healthcare artificial intelligence platform designed to connect data on millions of medical imaging devices. The company said that clinical partners will be able to use Edison to develop algorithms...

Legacy Infrastructure Inhibits Healthcare Artificial Intelligence

by Fred Donovan

Many organizations are trying to implement healthcare artificial intelligence (AI) projects using traditional infrastructure models, which isn’t working well, observed Pure Storage Global Healthcare Technology Strategy VP Josh...

Healthcare Organizations Partner with Fujifilm for PACS, VNAs

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

Fujifilm announced its latest partnerships with several large health systems to provide picture archive and communications system (PACS) and vendor neutral archive (VNA) medical imaging solutions. The health systems introducing new...

Health System Consolidation, Mergers Impact PACS Vendor Selection

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

Healthcare organizations are looking to standardize and consolidate their picture archiving and communication systems (PACS) as health systems continue to merge and grow, according to a recent KLAS report. PACS provide storage and...

Advanced Medical Imaging Solutions Require Analytics, Visualization

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

Healthcare organizations implementing advanced medical imaging solutions to generate more detailed images may have trouble viewing images in a timely manner or picking out necessary details without appropriate medical image analysis...

Medical Image Management, PACS Adoption Rises in Hospitals

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

Hospitals and health systems are increasingly adopting medical image management and PACS tools to meet growing demand for infrastructure solutions that can store and process imaging data. As advancements in diagnostic imaging technology...

Red Hat, Boston Children’s Collaborate on Open Source Image Sharing

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

Red Hat announced its collaboration with Boston Children’s Hospital to provide a distributed user open source image sharing interface so clinicians and radiologists can share images in real-time anywhere around the world. The ChRIS...


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