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AI in Medical Imaging to Reach USD 1.5 Billion by 2024

23rd October 2020 – Written by Alan Stoddart – Featured on HospiMedica.com – The global market for AI-based clinical applications for use in medical imaging is set to reach almost USD 1.5 billion by 2024 despite a slower-than-expected uptake of these products and the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. The market growth is projected to accelerate as […]

Exa Gateway Offers a New Way to Deliver Teleradiology

13th October 2020 – Featured on Imaging Technology News – The onset of the COVID-19 pandemic vastly altered the way of doing business for most industries, radiology included. Some facilities opted to keep their doors open and continued serving those in need of scanning services. Others were able to transfer some of the workload over to off-site imaging […]

Will handheld ultrasound bring imaging into the home?

14th October 2020, Written by Alan Stoddart, Featured in AuntMinnie.com – For all the changes in medicine, there are some things that seem resolutely stable. Chief among these is the idea that sick people go to doctors’ offices or hospitals to be diagnosed and treated. This, the simplest of healthcare tenets, could however begin to be […]

The future of the ICU: How clinical decision support is advancing care

12th October 2020 – Written by Kelly Patrick, Featured on HealthCareBusiness – Without a doubt, 2020 has been a devastating year for many; the impact of COVID-19 on both personal lives and businesses has had long-term consequences. At the end of September, the number of COVID-19 cases fell just short of 350 million, with just over 1 […]

Point-of-care Ultrasound Sees Rapid Growth Amid COVID-19 and May be Poised for Consumers

08th October 2020 – Written by Alan Stoddart, Featured on Diagnostic & Interventional Cardiology’s website. For all the changes in medicine there are some things that seem resolutely stable. Chief among these is the idea that sick people go to doctors’ surgeries or hospitals to be diagnosed and treated. This, the simplest of healthcare tenets, could […]