Where Hospitals Plan Big AI Deployments: Diagnostic Imaging in in Healthcare IT News
Published: August 3, 2018
03rd August 2018 – Featured in Healthcare IT News – Interest in AI is on the rise among radiology units, and a new study says the tech could transform imaging accuracy, productivity and increasing patient volumes.
Hospital and radiology specialists will invest some $2 billion every year to deploy artificial intelligence technologies for medical imaging, Signify Research said, and the firm estimated that will happen by 2023.
Signify’s AI medical imaging category encompasses software for automated detection, quantification, decision support and diagnosis as well as machine learning.Share on LinkedIn
Machine Learning in Medical ImagingPublished: July 2018
Machine Learning in Medical Imaging
The second edition of the report provides a detailed analysis of the market for detection, quantification, decision support and diagnosis software, with a focus on the clinical applications for these products.
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