While most of the uses of Big Data have been coupled with AI/machine learning algorithms so companies can understand their customer's choices and improve their overall experience (think about recommendation engines, chatbots, navigation apps and digital assistants among others) there are uses that are truly industry transforming.
Invicro LLC, a Konica Minolta company and a leading provider of imaging biomarkers, core lab services and software for research and drug development, announces that the paper “In vivo Detection of Cerebral Tau Pathology in Long-term Survivors of Traumatic Brain Injury 1” has been published in Science Translational Medicine.
A remote cardiac rehab program developed by Samsung and Kaiser Permanente showed improved outcomes for cardiac patients in terms of higher program completion rates and lower heart failure hospital readmissions.
From basic sorting algorithms to sophisticated neural networks, AI and its offspring continue to generate buzz throughout medicine, business, academia and the media. Much of the chatter amounts to no more than hot air. The most farfetched imaginings are usually easy to spot and dismiss.
Yet accounts of real-world AI deployments—applications with strong potential to improve patient care while cutting costs—are amassing into a category of medical literature in its own right.
Konica Minolta Healthcare Americas, Inc. announces that Dynamic Digital Radiography (DDR), the company’s transformative X-ray that Moves technology, won the inaugural Innovation Award at the 2019 annual meeting of the AHRA: Association for Medical Imaging Management. DDR is an enhanced X-ray technology that produces images that depict motion and can be fully annotated with diagrams to help radiologists provide more detailed clinical findings.
Konica Minolta Healthcare’s Dynamic Digital Radiography Wins Inaugural Innovation Award at AHRA 2019
Konica Minolta Healthcare Americas, Inc. announces that Dynamic Digital Radiography (DDR), the company’s transformative X-ray that Moves technology, won the inaugural Innovation Award at the 2019 annual meeting of the AHRA: Association for Medical Imaging Management.
Artificial intelligence (AI) can lighten radiologists’ clinical burden, streamline care and ultimately save hospitals money, experts said during a recent AHA Physician Alliance webinar.
Healthcare is constantly changing, and part of that morphing has been the ever-shifting conversation about how providers should be paid for their performance, with the biggest push being toward a more value-based payment model. This move puts a growing onus on radiology to demonstrate the value it contributes to patient care.
For the first time, digital radiography offers the ability to see the physiological movement of anatomic structures to evaluate function using special and temporal resolution