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Will Artificial Intelligence Sell More CT Systems?

14th March 2018 – Featured in AuntMinnie Europe – It is already becoming clear that artificial intelligence (AI) will have a big part to play in the future of medical imaging. However, less clear is the impact of AI on the commercial market for medical imaging hardware. If we take the case of CT, a multibillion-euro […]

Report: 3 insights from the European Congress of Radiology 2018 in Health Imaging

13th March 2018 – Featured in HealthImaging – The European Society of Radiology’s (ESR) annual meeting—the European Congress of Radiology (ECR) 2018—wrapped up on March 4th in Vienna. Signify Research, a healthcare consulting company published its takeaways in a March 12 report from  Steve Holloway, principal analyst at the company. Click here to continue reading on HealthImaging website…

Are European radiologists skeptical about AI? A report from ECR 2018 in Radiology Business

13th March 2018 – Featured in Radiology Business – Artificial intelligence (AI) technologies had a significant presence at the European Society of Radiology’s annual meeting, the European Congress of Radiology (ECR) 2018. According to a new report published by Signify Research, however, the buzz wasn’t as strong as it was at RSNA 2017 in Chicago. “AI […]

MRI 2028: What to Expect in the Next Decade of MRI? In AuntMinnie Europe

09th March 2018 – Featured in AuntMinnie Europe – The 50th anniversary of MRI for clinical use will occur in the next decade. Over this time, MRI has remained at the pinnacle of diagnostic imaging, with untold influence over many advances in diagnostic radiology. Yet as we enter an increasingly digital era of medicine, what role […]

Top Three Use Cases for AI in Medical Imaging in ECR Today 2018

03rd March 2018 – Keep aware of the need to protect imaging equipment from cyber risks that pose a threat to the safety of patients and institutions, urged Prof. Jacob Sosna, president of the Israeli Radiology Association. There is a terrifying possibility that a cyber attacker could alter the radiation dose given to a patient during […]