RSNA 2017 News
By AuntMinnie.com staff writers
November 30, 2017

Data analysis firm RadLogics is showcasing its Virtual-Resident clinical decision-support software at RSNA 2017 in Chicago.

The software is integrated with Nuance's PowerShare image exchange platform and PowerScribe 360 reporting system.

CT, MR, and x-ray images may be uploaded to the Virtual-Resident system from PowerShare, findings are then measured and characterized, and a preliminary report is automatically created and sent to the PowerScribe 360 reporting system to be reviewed by the radiologist.

The cloud-based Virtual-Resident uses machine-learning image analysis and big-data analytics to search and analyze imaging data. The software is continuously improved by RadLogics' radiology knowledgebase, which is updated with studies from radiology departments and imaging centers around the world, the firm said.

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