New AI platform, CT scanner pace GE launches at RSNA 2018 November 27, 2018 -- CHICAGO - GE Healthcare is launching a new artificial intelligence (AI) platform called Edison at this week's RSNA 2018 meeting. Other major product launches include a new CT scanner family, a new series of nuclear medicine systems, and workflow tools for MRI, x-ray, and other modalities. Discuss
Philips shows new MRI, AI technologies at RSNA 2018 November 26, 2018 -- CHICAGO - Philips Healthcare is launching a variety of new imaging technologies at this week's RSNA 2018 meeting, including an MRI scanner that dramatically cuts helium use and an updated platform designed to foster the development of artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms. Discuss
Future of radiology empowered by emerging technologies November 25, 2018 -- CHICAGO - Radiology can once again situate itself at the center of patient care by embracing emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence, RSNA 2018 President Dr. Vijay Rao said in her opening address. Radiologists must do their part to make this future a reality. Discuss
Can local use guidelines reduce inappropriate imaging? November 12, 2018 -- Imaging utilization rules based on national guidelines may not cover all clinical circumstances. Appropriate use criteria based on local best practices can fill this gap, however, and help avoid inappropriate imaging, according to research published online November 7 in the American Journal of Roentgenology. Discuss
OIG finds FDA lacking in postmarket cybersecurity plans November 12, 2018 -- After calling on the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in September to further integrate cybersecurity into its premarket review process, the U.S. Office of Inspector General (OIG) has now deemed the FDA's policies and processes to be "deficient" for addressing postmarket cybersecurity incidents with medical devices. Discuss
How can PACS functionality be improved? September 25, 2018 -- PACS has come a long way since it was first adopted in the early 1980s. But PACS software developers still need to address important technological limitations that can have a negative impact on user experience, according to research published on 17 September in the Journal of Digital Imaging.
NYMIIS: Next-gen PACS will include 'best-of-breed' AI September 18, 2018 -- NEW YORK CITY - Will artificial intelligence (AI) replace radiologists over the next decade? No, but it will spark changes in PACS software that will enable radiologists to access the algorithms they want, Dr. Eliot Siegel told attendees on Monday at the New York Medical Imaging Informatics Symposium (NYMIIS). Discuss
9 ways to reduce your legal exposure to PACS problems September 4, 2018 -- There's no debate that PACS technology has had a huge (and largely positive) effect on radiology. But legal disputes related to PACS are unfortunately all too common. In a new column, imaging informatics expert Herman Oosterwijk discusses how you can reduce your legal exposure to PACS-related problems. Discuss