AI-Rad Companion supports the physicians reading workflow and may increase your diagnostic precision when interpreting medical images

AI-Rad CompanionProviding multi-modality imaging decision support


ai-rad companion webinar

Digitalization and smart data integration have the potential to contribute to serious improvements in cardiovascular imaging and care. Problems with regards to timing, efficiency, and missed diagnoses occur at all stages along the patient pathway, also when it comes to diagnosis and treatment decisions. AI-based applications can support you in clinical decision-making and in achieving enhanced outcomes for your patients, especially in cardiovascular care.

Join our webinar on March 19th, 04:00 pm CET. Dr. B. Sabel, from University Hospital Munich, will present you how artificial intelligence in radiology can positively impact the quality of cardiology care.

The AI-Rad Companion, our family of AI-powered, cloud-based augmented workflow solutions, helps you to reduce the burden of basic repetitive tasks and may increase your diagnostic precision when interpreting medical images.

Its solutions provide automatic post-processing of imaging datasets through our AI-powered algorithms. The automation of routine workflows with repetitive tasks and high case volumes helps you to ease your daily workflow – so that you can focus on more critical issues.

AI-Rad Companion Confirmation User Interface
This image shows the confirmation screen of the AI-Rad Companion Chest CT

Our state-of-the-art algorithms will be automatically distributed to you as a user as soon as they are officially released and made available. Once the images are post-processed by the AI-Rad Companion, it supports your interpretation of the data by automatically providing results of its analysis to you for review, confirmation and possible inclusion in the final report or care pathway – to raise your precision and ensure high quality outcome in diagnostic decision-making.

All our AI-Rad Companion extensions are deployed via the teamplay digital health platform. This approach eases regular updates as well as upgrade processes and facilitates the integration of new offerings into the existing IT environment.

Learn more about AI-Rad Companion offerings for various modalities and body regions.
AI-Rad Companion body regions

    How customers use AI-Rad Companion

    Customers around the world are using AI-Rad Companion in their clinical routine. Learn how they benefit since they started using AI-Rad Companion Chest CT in their daily work.

    Clinical Outcomes

    We developed the AI-Rad Companion to help you cope with a growing workload. With its deep learning algorithms, AI-Rad Companion automatically highlights abnormalities, segments anatomies, and compares results to reference values.




    The entire global population has been impacted, in one way or another, by the COVID-19 virus. The AI-Rad Companion, our Siemens Healthineers AI driven solution, offers our customers the opportunity to have access to different postprocessing software for the analysis of lung examinations.

    This prototype is designed to automatically identify and quantify airspace opacities of the lung, enabling simple to use analysis of chest X-rays for research purposes only (not for clinical use). AI-Rad Companion Research Chest X-ray Pneumonia Analysis will perform automated lung opacity analysis on Chest X-ray (AP or PA viewing direction), highlighting identified regions. Other radiographical findings, such as pneumothorax, pulmonary lesions, atelectasis, consolidation and pleural effusion are included as well.

    Chest imaging, X-ray in particular, plays an important role in patient management during the COVID-19 pandemic5. Patient management and clinical decisions depend on clinical outcomes and imaging reports. The new member of the AI-Rad Companion family, the AI-Rad Companion Chest X-ray, automatically processes upright chest X-ray images (PA direction). Next to pneumothorax, pleural effusion and nodule detection, the AI-Rad Companion Chest X-ray is able to indicate consolidations and atelectasis. The latter may be signs of pneumonia caused by the COVID-19 virus.