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1) GE showcases new 3D C-arm technology among other new solutions at RSNA

OEC 3D provides surgeons with 2D and 3D view of a patient's anatomy

2) Fujifilm to complete Hitachi imaging acquisition by end of March

The deal will transfer a range of CTs, X-rays, ultrasound and MR systems

3) Siemens enters 10-year partnership with North Carolina health system

Will bring robotics and advanced imaging to WakeMed Health & Hospitals

Press Room

Philips digital radiography and fluoroscopy system (CombiDiagnost R90) receives FDA 510(k) clearance
March 04, 2021
Justice Department resolves antitrust case against Central Pennsylvania healthcare providers
March 04, 2021
Luvera law firm announces $18 million settlement with Swedish Health Services and Integra Imaging
March 04, 2021
Quibim receives FDA 510(k) clearance for qp-Prostate new AI solution for prostate MR analysis
March 04, 2021
Esaote North America installs the first O-scan Elite dedicated MR at University Radiology, East Brunswick, New Jersey
March 04, 2021
European Congress of Radiology launches The Lancet Oncology Commission on Medical Imaging and Nuclear Medicine
March 04, 2021
Zepp Health expands partnership with Rouumtech to private-label custom Europa portable X-ray, full product line in China
March 04, 2021
Mevion selected to equip first proton center in North Carolina
March 04, 2021
ARTMS to advance ImmunoPET imaging isotope with funding support from Innovate BC
March 04, 2021
ControlRad announces FDA clearance for ControlRad Select
March 04, 2021

Artificial Intelligence

Caption AI allows inexperienced sonographers to obtain quality images: study
Could help reduce the shortage of capable ultrasound users, support timely diagnoses
What are the biggest challenges for connected healthcare projects?

Healthcare professionals give their views in direct interviews and in survey responses to this and other key questions, in the new report from Beecham Research

IBM contemplating sale of Watson Health: report
Disappointing results attributed in part to physician hesitancy around AI
Fujifilm to complete Hitachi imaging acquisition by end of March
The deal will transfer a range of CTs, X-rays, ultrasound and MR systems
US healthcare providers team up to leverage data in unique partnership
Truveta will design a platform providing insight based on clinical, de-identified data
Volpara acquires CRA Health for $22 million
Partnership takes aim at personalizing breast care for high-risk patients
Canon's AI now usable in 96% of all Vantage Orian 1.5T MR procedures
AiCE three to five times faster than conventional model-based iterative reconstruction
Jurors may be less likely to find physicians liable for harm from AI than commonly thought
Study provides first data concerning AI liability in personalized medicine
AI tool in development predicts prostate cancer recurrence risk
RadClip could help physicians personalize individual treatment plans
Deep learning models superior to machine learning at brain imaging analysis
Continuing to learn how to identify brain biomarkers from the data they process
RadNET's DeepHealth AI facilitates breast cancer detection a year sooner than radiologists
New study indicates the algorithms outperformed full-time, breast-fellowship-trained experts
FDA unveils plan for assessing safety, efficiency of AI solutions
The plan includes five actions the FDA will perform
FDA greenlights Compressed SPEEDER 3D for Canon's Vantage Orian 1.5T MR
Compressed SPEEDER 3D makes scans twice as fast
AI solution expected to cut radiotherapy planning time by up to 90%
InnerEye could reduce waiting times for patients to begin radiotherapy sessions
Massachusetts researchers discuss risk assessment model for breast cancer at RSNA
Incorporates digital information not used by traditional risk assessment models
AI and neuroimaging research on surgical skill scores $2.2 million funding
The research is geared toward improving surgeons' skills.
New technique produces self-learning algorithms for medical imaging
The technique enables users with little to no specialist knowledge to configure self-learning algorithms
AI digital stethoscope eliminates noise for more accurate diagnosis of lung ailments
The stethoscope requires no training and could be used to diagnose cases of COVID-19
Radiology editorial board highlights top research papers of 2020
Many papers focus not just on COVID-19 but other issues investigated by the medical imaging community