Laurel Bridge to launch AI workflow software at RSNA 2019

By staff writers

November 7, 2019 -- Imaging software developer Laurel Bridge Software plans to introduce new software designed to help healthcare providers integrate artificial intelligence (AI) into clinical workflows at the upcoming RSNA 2019 conference.

Called Laurel Bridge AI Workflow Suite, the software is designed to automatically manage the tasks involved in incorporating AI into clinical workflows, such as identifying, fetching, anonymizing, and delivering current and relevant prior studies. The application leverages Laurel Bridge's Compass, Navigator, and Waypoint applications.

AI Workflow Suite can integrate AI algorithms running on premises and in the cloud into a site's existing clinical workflows and enables the delivery of AI algorithms to a PACS, vendor-neutral archive, and electronic medical record system.

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