Clinical data should be treated as a public good when it is used for secondary purposes, such as research or the development of AI algorithms, according to a special report published in the journal Radiology.
Category: Radiology Software
Cambridge, Mass.-based IBM Watson Health and Villepinte, France-based Guerbet are co-developing a software solution to support radiologists and oncologists in diagnosing and monitoring prostate cancer. Learn exclusive details about the partnership here.Read More
Artificial intelligence has been shown to improve cancer detection efficacy among radiologists using digital breast tomosynthesis, according to a study published in Radiology: Artificial Intelligence, a new publication launched by the Radiological Society of North America in early 2019.Read More
One of the greatest challenges facing radiologic technologists today is the sheer amount of data they have to work with, says Mark O’Herlihy, managing director for EMEA at Cambridge, Mass.-based IBM Watson Health and a former diagnostic radiographer.Read More
Radiology and hospital IT team members share many common skills, but their priorities and goals may not always align, according to Don K. Dennison, FSIIM, a 14-year medical imaging informatics veteran based in Canada.Read More
Matthew Michela, president and CEO of Newton, Mass.-based Life Image, says there are three questions healthcare executives need to ask when assessing the value of an artificial intelligence product for radiology. Here they are.Read More