Efficiency is Helping Radiology Achieve New Heights
The COVID-19 pandemic strained an already overburdened healthcare delivery system, exacerbating existing challenges such as increasing demand, costs, and clinician burnout. Even more pronounced in radiology, radiologists are spending most of their time away from their patients on task-oriented work, and many of them are reporting signs of stress and burnout.
The utilization of technology in healthcare is not new, but the importance of intelligent applications of technology to improve efficiencies is critical; deploying it to improve patient care and to improve the lives of healthcare providers. Learn more below how efficient imaging solutions are making an impact for clinical decision support and workflow improvements.
INTELLIGENTLY EFFICIENT IMAGING SPOTLIGHTS
The future of molecular imaging is personal
Every step of the care you provide is an opportunity to make personalized decisions for your patients. That's why we're committed to innovating at each step from discovery to treatment to provide you with a total MI solution. From our molecular imaging systems to targeted tracer development and intuitive applications, we make it easier to streamline decisions and access the information you need when you need it, faster and more efficient.
Simply better imaging with true deep learning
With AIR™Recon DL*, there are no longer trade-offs between resolution, time and SNR. You can now produce high-quality images with shorter scan times, enabling greater patient throughput and increased return on investment.
See how this deep-learning tool stands to bring substantial benefits to practices, physicians and patients alike.
EFFICIENT IMAGING SOLUTIONS - NEWS AND INSIGHTS
Identifying Efficient Technology to Address Challenges in the CT Workflow
Institutions are finding ways to become more efficient in CT, using technology to help automate and simplify tasks. Learn how these new technologies are helping radiologists and technologists do more in less time.
Intelligently Efficient with Deep-learning Reconstruction in MRI
This easy to use AI solution can be incorporated seamlessly into clinical practice without additional work for the radiologist. It's not only bringing an impact to MR cases from a clinical standpoint but also improvements in productivity and a return on investment (ROI) that is impacting overall operations and workflow.
How AI is Changing the Game in Breast Imaging
To aid clinicians in finding breast cancer, artificial intelligence (AI)-based tools have been introduced and show great promise in increasing diagnostic accuracy, as well as creating substantial improvements in productivity¹. Innovative AI solutions can be found across different breast imaging modalities such as breast ultrasound and MRI supporting activities including exam acquisition, patient positioning, image processing, reading and clinical decision support as well as alleviating some of the challenges felt by radiologists and clinical staff.
UPCOMING IMAGING EVENTS
Bone and Metabolic Health Webinar: Integrating TBS into your Clinical DXA Practice
Thursday, April 29, 2021 @ 12pm CDT / 7pm CET
Hear from two renowned physicians in the field of osteoporosis and bone health, Professor Neil Binkley of the University of Wisconsin and Professor Didier Hans of the University of Lausanne-Switzerland, as they discuss TBS for assessing bone microarchitecture quality. The session will review TBS clinical benefits, best practices, and clinical cases.
See you at ISMRM 2021
May 15-20, 2021
Join us at ISMRM 2021 to learn about our newest intelligent MR technologies, explore the SIGNA™ MR portfolio and watch product and clinical demonstrations.
SIGNA™ Masters Live MR Scanning Series
April 27, 2021 @ 12pm CST
Join us for live MR scanning demos with our team of clinical experts, highlighting the latest SIGNA™ MR technologies and industry trends.