Despite the toll COVID-19 has had on the healthcare industry, a number of growth opportunities have been born out of the pandemic, according to analysts with Frost & Sullivan.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to heighten and the healthcare community faces unprecedented challenges, Konica Minolta is working to support healthcare facilities, clinicians and governments in the fight against this coronavirus. The product experts at Konica Minolta Healthcare have pulled together a list up-to-date news, information and resources relating to COVID-19 that you may find helpful at your facility.
The medical imaging community around the world is uniting to help address the COVID-19 pandemic. The Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) continues to build on its extensive body of COVID-19 research and education resources, announcing a new initiative to build a COVID-19 Imaging Data Repository.
The Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) has published an expert consensus statement on reporting chest computed tomography (CT) findings related to COVID-19. The statement, published in Radiology: Cardiothoracic Imaging, is endorsed by the RSNA, the American College of Radiology and the Society of Thoracic Radiology.
A hallmark of hospital best practices in care management is the full engagement of physicians in the organization’s efforts to reduce patients’ length of stay (LOS).
When seeking to reduce costs, hospital and health system leaders have historically focused on streamlining or improving how they are deploying the organization’s resources, from labor to supplies to facilities.
AI-based applications and chatbots help care providers in delivering nursing aid after being discharged from the hospital. This aspect helps shorten the provision of outpatient services and boosts the accuracy of examining patient compliance post-discharge.
Findings from CT scans provide new insight that could lead to quicker diagnosis.
An overview of how radiologists are using CT evidence to help diagnose the virus, as well as steps being taken by the FDA and CDC to expedite accurate testing.
The Mall of America on the outskirts of the Twin Cities has more than 520 stores and restaurants, plus an indoor theme park. Last November, it added something else: the M Health Fairview Walk-In Clinic with five medical exam rooms, lab space for tests, a radiology room and pharmacy services. Anyone can stop in. So far, the clinic has had 745 visits; about 20% were people age 45 to 64.
Chinese doctors released chest scans of a 33-year-old coronavirus patient that show what the illness looks like in her lungs
A coronavirus outbreak that started in China has killed 494 people and infected more than 24,000. Researchers at a hospital in Lanzhou released CT scans of a 33-year-old coronavirus patient that offer new clues about the nature of the virus. But the researchers found that in other patients, the virus didn't show up on scans right away.