Enlitic, GE sign AI integration deal

By AuntMinnie.com staff writers

August 23, 2022 -- Imaging artificial intelligence (AI) technology developer Enlitic has signed a deal with GE Healthcare to integrate each company's technologies.

Under the deal, GE will embed Enlitic's Curie platform into GE's PACS software to improve radiologist workflow and efficiency. The collaboration is designed to improve data standardization and improve efficiency by eliminating the need for radiologists to spend time on activities like correcting broken hanging protocols.

Enlitic has developed Standardize, an application in the Curie family that can automatically adapt to clinical content across different networks by standardizing DICOM descriptions before images are transmitted to PACS networks, increasing efficiency through consistent, complete, and correct labels, according to the company.

Performing this function gives diagnostic viewing software the ability to provide consistent hanging protocols, which can save radiologists 30-90 seconds per study. Standardize in the future may also help improve image routing and the orchestration of AI clinical applications.

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