What do you think the future of imaging will look like? We believe emerging trends and shifting market dynamics are likely to have a major impact on imaging departments worldwide in the years to come. Using digital technologies to turn large amounts of data into insights, for instance, will support more precise diagnosis, targeted treatment, and greater patient satisfaction. Watch the video to get more insights about what we think is to come in the years ahead.
Discover below how we can empower you on this journey into the future of imaging.
Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning are crucial today. The technology is making its way into routine clinical imaging as we speak, and radiology for all of us will be changed forever as a result.
See below how our solutions can enable you to respond to the growing demand for your diagnostic imaging services, address potential staff shortages, and enhance your overall imaging workflow.
In this podcast, Zahi A. Fayad, Professor of Radiology and Medicine at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, discusses with Managing Board Member Christoph Zindel how one of the largest teaching hospitals in the United States is able to master the numerous challenges in times of COVID-19.
In this podcast, Dr. Dieter R. Enzmann, Chair of the Department of Radiology at UCLA, discusses with Managing Board Member Christoph Zindel lessons from the learning curve in the fight against COVID-19 in California and at UCLA.
In this podcast, Howard B. Chrisman, President of the Northwestern Medical Group and Professor of Radiology and Surgery, discusses with Managing Board Member Christoph Zindel the key elements he says will contribute to a stronger healthcare system following the crisis by COVID-19.
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The broader implementation of artificial intelligence will be based on versatile systems that can be seamlessly integrated into existing workflows and IT architectures. Assessing multiple anatomical structures and organs on a chest CT more quickly and precisely would be one strategy to make AI support a self-evident aspect of image interpretation.
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AI-Rad Companion Chest CT (MSK) is pending 510(k) clearance, and is not yet commercially available in the United States. Its future availability cannot be ensured. AI-Rad Companion Brain MR is pending 510(k) clearance, and is not yet commercially available in the United States. Its future availability cannot be ensured. AI-Rad Companion Prostate MR is pending 510(k) clearance, and not yet commercially available in the United States. Its future availability cannot be ensured. AI-Rad Companion Chest x-Ray is currently under development and is not for sale in the U.S.A. Its future availability cannot be ensured.
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