The AI tools every radiology department needs

April 18, 2022 -- We are finally moving past the hype of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning. Centers worldwide are now actively using AI tools to improve workflow efficiency and patient care. So, what’s the verdict?

In this expert panel discussion, you'll hear from both academic hospital and imaging center perspectives on the following:

  • Scanner-agnostic AI tools that improve scan time and productivity
  • Examples of real-world deployment of AI in clinical practice
  • Benefits of the "unseen" workflow tools versus diagnostic tools
  • Keys to seamless software implementation and scalability
  • Measuring results in terms of return on investment (ROI) and quality of care

Dr. Amish Doshi is an associate professor of radiology and neurosurgery in the division of neuroradiology at Mount Sinai in New York City. He serves as vice chairman of ambulatory services in radiology, chief of the division of neuroradiology, and associate director of the radiology residency program. Doshi has participated in and led numerous projects related to practice efficiency and imaging optimization, and has utilized a variety of methods, including AI, to achieve success in more efficient outpatient imaging workflow and throughput.

Dr. Idoia Corcuera-Solano is an assistant professor of radiology in the musculoskeletal radiology section at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. Corcuera-Solano obtained her MD from the University of Barcelona, Spain. In 2011 she completed her radiology residency at Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau in Barcelona. She subsequently completed a fellowship in neuroradiology, a fellowship in oncology imaging, and a fellowship in musculoskeletal radiology at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, where she joined the faculty upon completion of her training.

Dr. Timothy Deyer is the chief medical information officer and head of musculoskeletal interventional services at East River Medical Imaging and assistant clinical professor of radiology at New York Hospital and Cornell Medicine. He is a board-certified musculoskeletal and interventional radiologist specializing in diagnostic musculoskeletal MRI and ultrasound and ultrasound-guided procedures. Deyer has written and co-authored numerous peer-reviewed articles in several professional journals as well as several book chapters. He completed fellowships in interventional radiology at St. Luke's-Roosevelt Medical Center and in musculoskeletal radiology at the Hospital for Special Surgery.

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