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1) Lack of reimbursement limits availability of mobile stroke units

Government and private insurers lack means to reimburse services of mobile stroke units

2) Ohio medical center first in state to incorporate Hyperfine's Portable MR system

Will diagnose brain injuries at patient bedside

3) Neuroradiologist outlines plan to improve global healthcare at RSNA

Most of the world still lacks access to radiology services

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Using AI to monitor brain activity at the point-of-care
Q&A with Dr. Diku Mandavia, an emergency room physician and chief medical officer for Ceribell
Mobile stroke units offer better outcomes for stroke patients: study
Death rates were 9% for MSU patients, 12% for EMS patients
Portable MR may play a lifesaving role in stroke treatment
Neuroradiologists were able to identify 80% of intracerebral hemorrhages
New AI model identifies 'likely abnormal' findings on brain MR scans
Can help radiologists to triage cases and speed up care for those most in need
Lack of reimbursement limits availability of mobile stroke units
Government and private insurers lack means to reimburse services of mobile stroke units
Mobile stroke units improve survival rate for German hospital
The vehicles reduced chances of death and long-term disability
Neuroradiologist outlines plan to improve global healthcare at RSNA
Most of the world still lacks access to radiology services
Canon taps Avicenna.AI for stroke care partnership
Head triage solution identifies intracranial hemorrhages and large vessel occlusions
Proton therapy reduces risk of heart disease for lung cancer patients
Proton therapy spares the heart from radiation-related cardiac toxicity
Portable MR detects brain abnormalities indicating stroke, neurological disorders
Researchers at Yale use Hyperfine system for bedside diagnostics
Stroke admissions drop by nearly a third in early pandemic months
Could lead to repeat strokes, development of neurological disabilities
FDA gives nod to RapidAI's stroke analysis system, Rapid ASPECTS
First neuroimaging analysis system in the CADx category
Stroke assessment down by close to 40% during COVID-19
Findings raise concerns regarding risks of death or long-term disability for patients
MR/MEG hybrid scanner improves accuracy for cancer and brain disease detection
Could assess brain neurology, stroke and behavioral disorders
Mobile units speed up and shorten treatment for stroke, says study
Reduces likelihood and severity of disability and death
Reading scans on mobile devices sufficient for clinical decisions for stroke patients
Could lead to remote counseling and mobile-based telestroke services