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Digital pathology pilot predicts prosperity
When it comes to digital medicine, digital pathology is very late to the game. But its time is coming. The benefits could be many: Bolstering the capabilities, efficiency and reach of individual patho...
Case | Digital pathology
Introduction to the DICOM standard for digital pathology and its importance for workflow efficiency
Digital pathology is proving to provide large benefits for healthcare providers, but growing adoption is now presenting these early adopters with new challenges. The ability of slide scanners to commu...
White papers | Digital pathology
Looking for an easier way to build business case for digital pathology? Focus on sharing
Although most pathology departments have not yet made the transition to digital, many are actively evaluating the business case. Why?
Articles | Digital pathology
Dutch university hospital takes the next step in digital pathology
At the beginning of 2016, University Hospital Utrecht (UMCU) became the first hospital in the Netherlands to digitize its entire pathology workflow. What has happened since? And how are they utilizing...
Case | Digital pathology
How to build a business case to justify the investment in digital pathology
Many pathology departments stand on the threshold of adopting digital pathology. The creation of an appealing business case for digital pathology is necessary to justify the acquisition of the new har...
White papers | Digital pathology
Adoption of digital pathology, Ford Model T, and electric toothbrushes
Many pathology labs are currently switching from glass-based reviews using a microscope, to a computer-based workflow for reviewing digital images. This transition is particularly strong in the Scandi...
Industry reflections | Digital pathology
Digital pathology—a disruptive innovation on the tipping point of adoption
In 1997, Clayton Christensen published his master piece, The Innovator’s Dilemma, describing how successful companies focus too much on customers’ current needs, and fail to adopt new technology t...
Industry reflections | Digital pathology
Digital pathology—an important piece of the puzzle enabling integrated diagnostics
The diagnosis of cancer is becoming more complex. The menu of tests and procedures has exploded as new technologies have evolved and clinicians are now demanding more from radiologists and pathologist...
Articles | Digital pathology
Digital pathology brings only advantages at Gävle Hospital
More efficient multidisciplinary team meetings, a greater opportunity to consult specialists at other hospitals, and a promising potential to allocate the workload during peaks. These are some of the...
Case | Digital pathology
15 benefits with digital pathology—UMCU share their experiences
University Medical Center Utrecht (UMCU) is the first hospital in the Netherlands—and one of the first hospitals in the world—that has completely switched to digital pathology. Not only do they ha...
Articles | Digital pathology
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Webinar: Pivoting to digital pathology — inside University Hospitals’ journey
Ready to make the leap to digital pathology? In this recorded video webinar, learn from the team at University Hospitals, Cleveland, OH, the why and how they accomplished this journey.
Webinars | Digital pathology | Enterprise imaging
Digital pathology reduces turnaround time and barriers in using second opinions—thus improving patient care
The variation in diagnoses within pathology and cancer care is a well-known issue and as patients’ demands on healthcare increase, so do the demands on the quality of pathology diagnoses. To reduce...
Articles | Digital pathology
Digitizing pathology? Don't create another silo
Pathology departments play a key role in cancer care, but are currently under enormous pressure and face great challenges. Over the past decade, pathology departments have not only been subject to inc...
Articles | Digital pathology | Enterprise imaging
Evaluating a solution for digital pathology
The adoption of digital pathology is evolving and is often divided into procurement of equipment for image acquisition (scanners) and software for image review (digital pathology solutions). This whit...
White papers | Digital pathology
The path to collaboration—why and how pathology will digitize
Digital pathology is expected to be the next big digitisation in healthcare and with good reason, writes Jane Rendall, UK managing director at Sectra.
Industry reflections | Digital pathology
Where and how digitization affects the pathology workflow
Until recently, using a conventional light microscope has been standard practice for examining histopathology slides. However, the use of digital pathology is on the rise and many pathology labs are n...
Articles | Digital pathology
*Canceled* HIMSS20
*** Important update as of March 5, 2020: Please note that the 2020 HIMSS Global Health Conference & Exhibition, originally scheduled for March 9–13, has been canceled. For more details, please...
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Swiss Consortium of Digital Pathology
Sectra heißt Sie auf der Industrie Messe des Swiss Consortium of Digital Pathology herzlich willkommen. Für weitere Informationen und zur Registrierung besuchen Sie unsere offizielle Veranstaltungs...
Event | Digital pathology
"Why do I need a pathology PACS?" — Revisited three years later
Three years ago, I wrote the article “Why do I need a pathology PACS”, which was surprisingly widely discussed among early adopters of digital pathology. The reason I wrote the article was to info...
Industry reflections | Digital pathology
Who can claim ownership of a pathology image?
I am confident that the advantages of digital pathology outweigh those of the analog workflow using a microscope. However, the benefit of glass slides being ‘vendor neutral’ in terms of being revi...
Industry reflections | Digital pathology
Digital Pathology & AI Congress 2020
We welcome you to join Sectra at the 6th Digital Pathology & AI Congress. For more information about the event and to register, visit the official event website. 
Event | Digital pathology
Articles | Digital pathology | Enterprise imaging
Finnish university hospital reaps the benefits of integrated diagnostics
Finland is a big country, but its population density is very low. So is the availability of pathologists; today, there are only 150 consultant pathologists in the country to cover the needs of the 5.5...
Case | Digital pathology
The elevator pitch on "Why do I need a pathology PACS?"
In the past year, I have attended a number of pathology shows to discuss digital pathology in general and Sectra’s solution in particular. A very common question is: “Why do I need a PACS and not...
Articles | Digital pathology
Streamline multi­disciplinary team meetings using a joint enterprise platform for radiology and pathology diagnosis
Multidisciplinary team (MDT) meetings, or tumor boards, are a cornerstone of cancer care, and the practice of holding such meetings is increasing greatly. Several studies [1][2][3] clearly demonstrate...
Articles | Digital pathology | Radiology imaging
Supporting digital full-scale primary diagnostics in pathology
Pathology, a labor-intense and historically heavily analogue discipline, is now undergoing digitization. Departments are investing in scanners for the digitization of images and pathologists are adapt...
Articles | Digital pathology
A call for connected diagnostics
Digitization – it’s a hot topic across pathology, especially as conversations about artificial intelligence and computer-assisted diagnosis add to the fire. But what does it actually mean to patho...
Industry reflections | Digital pathology
Insights from pathology digitization at Linköping University Hospital
Since 2012, Linköping University Hospital has been at the forefront of medical imaging and part of a large Swedish innovation project tasked with exploring the potential digitization of pathology. Th...
Case | Digital pathology
Proper integration is key in achieving efficiency in digital workflows—four tips on important demands to impose on your suppliers
Digital pathology has great potential to increase the efficiency and quality of anatomical pathology. A good digital workplace supports the daily work in everything from simple tasks, such as combinin...
Articles | Digital pathology
How to implement machine learning to reap true advantages in pathology
With the granting of the first FDA approval for primary diagnosis, combined with several European labs performing most of their reviews digitally, the digitization of pathology has gained momentum and...
Articles | Digital pathology
Digital histopathology reviews
This article is an interview with Sten Thorstenson, senior consultant pathologist at Linköping University Hospital and a pioneer in the field of digital pathology.
Case | Digital pathology
Swedish county council shows the way to a successful implementation of enterprise imaging
Region Värmland is a pioneer in enterprise imaging and is currently a world leader in managing and storing medical images, multimedia and patient information in a central, region-wide platform. In a...
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NHS must move beyond 19th century cancer diagnostics to save 11,000 more lives
A new national ambition to save thousands more lives through earlier cancer diagnoses requires an urgent NHS shift to digital pathology, writes Chris Scarisbrick, Sectra UK & Ireland.
Industry reflections | Digital pathology
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Pathology goes digital—what can we learn from radiology's journey? 5 tips from UK radiologists
Pathology is embarking on a similar digitization journey as radiology has experienced. Despite some obvious differences in how the transition to digital images will occur, it is obvious that questions...
Articles | Digital pathology
Will not using image analysis in pathology be perceived as irresponsible?
Diagnostic review of pathology specimens is based on pathologists’ interpretation and measurements of the tissue. A number of formal measurement protocols, developed by the profession, are currently...
Industry reflections | Digital pathology
A short term strategy to reap the long term benefits of deep learning and integrated diagnostics
In recent years, tighter collaboration, or even a merger, between radiology and pathology has been frequently discussed within medical imaging. This shift from the departmental/silo approach to an inc...
Industry reflections | Digital pathology
Integrating diagnostics: not a takeover but fundamental to better care
The time for diagnoses based on incomplete datasets is at an end; we must connect the ‘ologies’ with all of medicine, writes Dr. Brendan Devlin, a practising radiologist and Senior Clinical Adviso...
Articles | Enterprise imaging | Digital pathology | Radiology imaging
Lessons learned: The benefits of a scalable breast imaging PACS
Analyzing today’s breast imaging centers, we see the need to introduce new technology and consolidate existing IT systems. However, looking back at the digitization journey of some of the first mamm...
Articles | Breast imaging
Product | Breast imaging
Telepathology an effective solution for a large Danish hospital
A Dutchman who reviews the skin samples of Danish patients while on holiday in Spain. This scenario is made possible thanks to a digital pathology solution from Sectra. “Without telepathology, I’d...
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Five-site breast-care center EWBC packs a punch in the fight against breast cancer
The past several years have seen the development of a de facto stealth campaign against screening mammography. “Vast Study Casts Doubts on Value of Mammograms,” the New York Times bullhorned in 20...
Case | Breast imaging
Rethinking image sharing: Cleveland trailblazers link 20+ hospitals and provider sites
Cleveland is yet again blazing new ground in healthcare. This time, myriad health systems are actively collaborating to share images. A first for the U.S., we believe. University Hospitals Health Syst...
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*Canceled* Pathology Informatics Summit 2020
*** Important update: Please note that the 2020 Pathology Informatics Summit, originally scheduled for May 18–21, has been canceled. For more details, please read the official announcement from the...
Event | Digital pathology
Turn the data explosion to an advantage: Top advice to the health CIOs of the future
The rapid introduction of new medical devices and advanced diagnostic methods, together with genomics and patient-handled wearables, has started to generate vast amounts of data. Combined with new sel...
Articles | Enterprise imaging | Enterprise platform
Dutch pathology department among the first in the world to review histology cases for primary diagnostics digitally
In 2016, pathologists at University Hospital Utrecht (UMC Utrecht) in the Netherlands became among the first in the world to review histology cases for primary diagnostics digitally. The completely pa...
Case | Digital pathology
A UK-wide cloud for diagnostics could leapfrog digital maturity
Pressure to improve sustainability and reduce isolation in healthcare has renewed the hunger for a different approach to IT. Installing software in individual organizations, and then managing it local...
Industry reflections | Enterprise imaging
Europe’s first purpose built breast cancer prevention center
The Nightingale Centre in Manchester, United Kingdom, is Europe’s first purpose-built center for breast cancer prevention. Services provided by the center include symptomatic and screening mammograp...
Case | Breast imaging
A move forward in enterprise digital imaging with Sectra PACS at Morecambe Bay
University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust (UHMBT) has seen many benefits from its deployment of a second generation Sectra PACS, integrated with its Electronic Patient Record (EPR). N...
Case | Enterprise imaging | Enterprise platform | Radiology imaging
RSNA 2019 market report—the top trends you should know about
Yet another RSNA has passed and we can conclude that this year there were not any new major trends, rather incremental developments of existing trends. Enterprise imaging (EI), AI and workflow orchest...
Industry reflections | Radiology imaging | Breast imaging | Enterprise imaging
*Canceled* RCPA Pathology Update 2020
*** Important update: Please note that the 2020 RCPA Pathology Update 2020, originally scheduled for March 20–22, has been canceled. For more details, please read the official announcement from The...
Event | Digital pathology
Healthcare insights for 2020 and ten years ahead
During the last few months, I’ve had the privilege to interview several leaders within the Swedish healthcare system [1]. I asked what they expect will be the biggest technological and structural ch...
Industry reflections | Enterprise imaging | Digital pathology | Radiology imaging
VNAbling PACS unites cardiology and radiology to the benefit of many
Having been in the Sectra PACS fold since 2004, members of the radiology department at six-hospital CoxHealth in Springfield, Mo., didn’t need much convincing to “VNAble” their existing system s...
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Integrating breast tomo into the women’s imaging service line
Digital breast tomosynthesis (DBT) was approved in the US for use as a supplement to traditional mammography following FDA review of two studies in which radiologists showed a 7% improvement in the ab...
Industry reflections | Breast imaging
Orthopedic hospital with production and quality of care in focus
Istituto Ortopedico Galeazzi is a private hospital in Milan dedicated to orthopedic procedures. They perform approximately 100,000 examinations and 15,000 surgeries annually. As a production-oriented...
Case | Orthopaedics
Time to rethink prostate cancer diagnostics?
Many of us know, or have known, someone with prostate cancer. Today, prostate cancer is seen as a chronic disease and it is common that surgery is not performed in cancers categorized as harmless, mai...
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Regional healthcare initiatives in the UK: an opportunity for silo-busting and integrated diagnostics
Health authorities in the UK are developing regional initiatives to make significant improvement to health and care. The needs look beyond departmental and organizational boundaries, focusing on the n...
Industry reflections | Enterprise imaging
ProMedica finds an enterprise VNA is far more than just an expanded PACS
At ProMedica, a 13-hospital system serving northwestern Ohio and southeastern Michigan, the lineup of clinical departments soon to benefit from leadership’s decision to expand a long-installed radio...
Case | Enterprise imaging | Cardiology imaging | Enterprise platform | Radiology imaging
3-D tomosynthesis adds to the arsenal of breast cancer screening tools
Last summer brought something of a media moment for mammography in the U.S. The spotlight shone on the star—3-D imaging for breast-cancer screening—after the Journal of the American Medical Associ...
Articles | Breast imaging
Redefining technologies in the quest for patient centricity
Departmental technologies like PACS are changing and breaking free of their traditional roles, being redefined to respond to patient needs across the entire hospital, writes former NHS radiographer, C...
Industry reflections | Enterprise imaging
ECP 2020
We welcome you to join Sectra at the 32nd European Congress of Pathology (ECP) 2020 to learn more about the possibilities and benefits with digital pathology, and how Sectra’s comprehensive and vend...
Event | Digital pathology
The road to making peer review an added value—not an added burden
Most radiology departments currently use some form of formalized peer review and those that do not will soon as a result of upcoming legislation. However, many radiologists claim that previous attempt...
Articles | Radiology imaging
Best practice in adopting enterprise imaging
A case study on eight hospitals to find best practices in which order to add different “ologies” to the imaging platform on the journey toward full enterprise imaging.
Articles | Enterprise imaging
Pathology Visions 2020
We invite you to visit Sectra at Pathology Visions 2020, where we will showcase our comprehensive and vendor neutral digital pathology solution, part of our complete enterprise imaging offering. For m...
Event | Digital pathology
Breast imaging pioneer UCSF creating new standards in reading efficiency and workflow
University of California San Francisco Medical Center has a long history of setting the standards in breast imaging and breast cancer care. Now it’s also setting the standard when it comes to readin...
Case | Breast imaging
Sectras skandinaviska användarmöte inom patologi 2020
*** Viktig information per den 11 mars, 2020: På grund av smittrisk samt oro kring Coronaviruset så har vi på Sectra beslutat att flytta fram detta användarmöte. Ett nytt datum är ännu inte fas...
Event | Digital pathology
*Canceled* CAP-ACP Annual Meeting 2020
*** Important update: Please note that CAP-ACP Annual Meeting 2020, originally scheduled for June 6–9, has been canceled. For more details, please read the official announcement from the CAP-ACP. **...
Event | Digital pathology
Workflow-centric solution vs. scanning workstations
The pathology workflow is still almost exclusively based on manual examinations of tissue samples under a microscope. The technology and knowledge for a full-scale digitization of pathology is now ava...
White papers | Digital pathology
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Internet-first impetus could connect NHS diagnostics
Cloud-first and internet-first government policies have been a feature of public sector procurement for years. But where the NHS has been slower to respond, momentum is now starting to build in the he...
Industry reflections | Enterprise imaging | Enterprise platform
PACS will democratize digital imaging
In the UK, a national initiative designated NHS Connecting for Health (CFH) came into operation in 2005. The purpose was to support the UK National Health Service (NHS) in delivering better, safer car...
Articles | Radiology imaging
Digital Health Rewired 2020
We welcome you to join Sectra at Digital Health Rewired 2020. For more information about the event and to register, visit the official event website.
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Breast tomosynthesis and the PACS: The journey to sustainable workflow
The emergence of a new, powerful imaging modality is cause for both celebration and consternation, and digital breast tomosynthesis (DBT) has proven no exception to this rule, according to participant...
Articles | Breast imaging
Patient-centered care: Building the connected healthcare enterprise
Clinical studies have long proven that patient-centered care reduces variability, improves quality in clinical practice and patient outcomes and reduces cost. This is the shared goal of healthcare’s...
Articles | Enterprise imaging | Radiology imaging
DPC 2020
We welcome you to join Sectra at the Digital Pathology & AI Congress (DPC) 2020. For more information about the event and to register, visit the official event website.
Event | Digital pathology
Product | Enterprise platform
Region Värmland visar vägen för en framgångsrik implementering av enterprise imaging
Region Värmland är en av pionjärerna inom enterprise imaging och är i dag världsledande med att hantera och lagra medicinska bilder, multimedia och patientinformation med en central och regionsge...
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HIMSS 2019: key trends and what to expect in the future
Last week, the world’s largest convention in e-health HIMSS took place in Orlando, Florida, with over 45,000 attendees from more than 90 countries. The hot topics of the year ranged from digital tra...
Industry reflections | Enterprise imaging | Enterprise platform
The utilization of a dose management solution to lower radiation doses in medical imaging
This paper discusses why radiation exposure in medical imaging is such a hot topic, how a dose management solution can help healthcare organizations to lower dose levels and the important features of...
White papers | Radiology imaging
A totally digital national breast screening service
BreastCheck, the national breast screening program in Ireland, provide free mammograms to women aged 50–69 through a network of four static units and 16 mobile units covering more than 30 locations...
Case | Breast imaging
Radiologists slash report turnaround time by 50%
Pioneering speech recognition in Landstinget Västmanland, Sweden, has significantly reduced lead times in radiology. Just six months after integrating Nuance’s SpeechMagic technology into their Sec...
Case | Radiology imaging
Could chief clinical AI officers help the NHS to save more lives?
Chief clinical information officers didn’t even exist in the NHS a decade ago. Now they have become some of the most influential people in the health service, having a very visible and positive impa...
Industry reflections | Enterprise imaging | Enterprise platform
Research at Sectra
Innovation is part of Sectra’s identity. Ever since the company was spun off from the Institute of Technology at Linköping University in the late 1970s, scientific advances have formed the basis fo...
How strategy, growth and Sectra VNA made Hartford HealthCare’s ImageConnect Project happen
Hartford HealthCare is Connecticut’s most comprehensive healthcare network. Over the last several years, this community and academic health system has grown significantly through its strategic affil...
Case | Enterprise platform | Enterprise imaging | Radiology imaging
ECR market report 2019—the top trends you should know about
ECR has closed its doors for this year. Once again, I am amazed by the enthusiasm among the attendees and vendors when it comes to bringing new innovations to improve healthcare. As many of us have EC...
Industry reflections | Radiology imaging | Breast imaging | Enterprise imaging
Breaking down silos: Delivering true clinical value from a VNA
The vendor neutral archive offers one of the best opportunities to join together imaging and other valuable data from across diagnostic modalities, to the entire hospital and beyond. How can we ensure...
Industry reflections | Enterprise imaging
Artificial Intelligence trends in medical imaging bereiken tipping point in 2020
De technologische ontwikkelingen op het gebied van medical imaging zijn de afgelopen jaren snel gegaan: opslag in de cloud, ziekenhuisbrede imaging-systemen, digitale pathologie en AI. 2020 lijkt het...
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*Canceled* ECR 2020
*** Important update as of April 9, 2020: Please note that ECR 2020, originally postponed to July 15–19, has been canceled. For more details, please read the official announcement from the ESR. *** ...
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Modern telemedicine solution enables cross-border collaboration
When patients experience a stroke, the time to treatment is crucial for survival. Every second saved before a thrombectomy* is performed on the patient significantly improves the odds of a positive ou...
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Well-prepared before surgery with Sectra's orthopaedic solution
The University of Rostock was founded in 1419 and is the oldest university in Northern Europe. The history of the orthopaedic section at the university hospital dates from 1898. The orthopaedic clinic...
Case | Orthopaedics
*Canceled* ECDP 2020
*** Important update: Please note that ECDP 2020, originally scheduled for May 12–15, has been canceled. For more details, please read the official announcement from the ECDP. ***   We welcome...
Event | Digital pathology
The VNA in Region Stockholm is paving the way for the future of enterprise imaging
Many healthcare providers are currently adopting enterprise imaging systems to facilitate collaboration and increase efficiency in the sharing of medical images. Although not many have reached full ...
Case | Enterprise platform | Enterprise imaging | Radiology imaging
The workspace of the future: making breast imaging work 'flow'
PACS is powering better workflow in breast imaging, transforming the way breast imaging radiologists read studies and interact with one another by improving physician efficiency, accuracy and saving t...
Case | Breast imaging
Could imaging be a goldmine for healthcare providers' artificial intelligence?
Unused archives of millions of diagnostic images could about to become one of the most powerful datasets in the NHS. Jane Rendall, UK managing director at Sectra, asks what can happen when machine lea...
Industry reflections | Enterprise imaging
What referring physicians demand from radiology
Radiology lies at the very center of the healthcare chain. Most patients pass through an imaging department at one point or another in their treatment. That said, an organization’s overall effective...
White papers | Radiology imaging
Artificial intelligence and the indispensable human in diagnostics
AI is now essential for automation in radiology and pathology, but it provides a means to support the human, not replace.
Industry reflections | Radiology imaging | Breast imaging | Digital pathology | Enterprise imaging
Memorial Hospital: Zeroing in on the right zero footprint viewer
Delivering key images, reports and patient data to the point of diagnosis and care is the Holy Grail of radiology and many other specialties today. Having the correct information for the patient at th...
Case | Enterprise imaging | Enterprise platform
Enterprise PACS packs the punch when it doubles as a VNA too
There is no doubt that vendor neutral archives (VNAs) have gained favor over the last several years in managing medical images. But there is some debate over whether hospitals really need both a VNA a...
Articles | Enterprise imaging
New cardiac cath lab embraces enterprise imaging
When the cardiac and neurovascular catheterization lab at Riverside University Health System Medical Center (RUHS-MC) treated its first patient last February, the opening represented many things to ma...
Case | Cardiology imaging | Enterprise imaging
Vitalis 2020
*** Viktig information per den 30 mars, 2020: På grund av smittrisk samt oro kring Coronaviruset så har arrangörerna till Vitalis beslutat att flytta fram mässan. Det nya datumet för mässan är...
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RöKo 2020
Willkommen bei Sectra! – auf dem RöKo 2020 in Leipzig zeigen wir Ihnen, was die Radiologie der Zukunft Neues und Spannendes zu bieten hat.
Event | Radiology imaging
Increased reading efficiency at Helsingborg University Hospital
Since 2002, the breast unit at Helsingborg University Hospital, Region Skåne, has been performing fully digitized screening and symptomatic mammography using Sectra’s complete mammography solution,...
Case | Breast imaging | Radiology imaging
The future life cycle of image data
The steadily increasing size of image stacks is generally agreed to be one of the most important issues of the future for radiology. The development is, of course, driven by the desire to improve diag...
Industry reflections | Radiology imaging
More time for the patients
Around 700 of the orthopaedic procedures carried out annually at the Marienhospital in Aachen are joint reconstruction operations, which require careful pre-operative planning.
Case | Orthopaedics
How well does Sectra PACS play with other vendors' products?
When X-Ray Associates of New Mexico went live with a new RIS in mid-April, Vice President and COO Sagit Frasier was anxious, but optimistic. The moment had been years in the making. The practice’s o...
Case | Radiology imaging
New technology improves anatomy training at Linköping University
Linköping University has ordered the Sectra Table and will be first in the world to apply this innovation in medical education. All seven under-graduate programs at Linköping Faculty of Health Scien...
Case | Medical education
Key considerations when choosing a breast imaging PACS supplier
“Change is good, but be prepared,” says Dr. Stamatia Destounis at Elizabeth Wende Breast Care in Rochester, New York. She bases this piece of advice on the knowledge she gained when the clinic mad...
Articles | Breast imaging
A tele­mammography dynamo rides new PACS from the deep south to boundless frontiers
Eight years ago, Women’s Imaging Associates in Birmingham, Ala., was a small, well-respected mammography practice serving six OB/GYN offices in its area. Today, having embraced a 100% telemedicine m...
Case | Breast imaging
Breaking the trend of increased radiation exposure to patients through dose monitoring
This white paper raises the issue of the increase in  patient exposure to radiation doses in diagnostic medical imaging over the last three decades. The aim is to inform about the problem and highlig...
White papers | Radiology imaging
Sectra VNA: Eines für alles
Seit 2002 speichert und archiviert die Radiologie am Robert-Bosch-Krankenhaus in Stuttgart ihre Bilder digital. 2018 machten herstellerbedingte Umstände den Austausch des PACS-Systems notwendig. Für...
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Key role for radiology in future healthcare
Looking back, changes within radiology have largely been driven by technology changes. The digital era and new modalities are but two obvious examples. But looking ahead, we see economics and costs as...
Articles | Radiology imaging
PACS facts: Constructed and deconstructed explained
It can be safely said that the healthcare services is in a state of flux like never before. Reform initiatives driving the mandate to create interoperability are not in any way exempting medical imagi...
Articles | Radiology imaging | Enterprise imaging
Eye on Canada: 3 views on PACS priorities
With PACS as with any healthcare-specific technology, some universal expectations are common to all end-users and their IT support teams. Yet there are also as many unique sets of preferences as there...
Case | Radiology imaging
Enterprise Image Management: Et skridt mod en mere effektiv sundhedssektor – med patienten i centrum
I dag består den typiske sundhedsorganisation af mere eller mindre isolerede kliniske datasiloer, der løseligt bliver holdt sammen af et journalsystem. I de senere år er der dog blevet stillet spø...
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Patients gaining unprecedented access to x-rays, ultrasound and other imaging
A network that connects every NHS acute hospital in England is giving thousands of patients unprecedented and easy online access to everything from their x-rays through to ultrasound, CT and MRI scans...
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Sectra Sveriges webinarserie
Under våren fortsätter vi vår kostnadsfria webinarserie med olika teman. Vi vänder oss till dig som är nyfiken på eller vill fördjupa dig inom våra lösningar. Varje webinar har ett tydligt te...
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Sectra PACS image-enables EMR at Hospital de Cascais
This is a tale of making care better. Better for patients, better for the caregivers providing it, and better for a healthcare system morphing and migrating to thrive as a high-performing public-priva...
Case | Radiology imaging | Enterprise platform
Comprehensive breast imaging at University Hospitals
University Hospitals (UH), in Northeast Ohio, serves the needs of patients through an integrated network of 18 hospitals, 15 counties, and more than 40 outpatient locations. UH is using Sectra’s Bre...
Case | Breast imaging
PACS & EMR integration: Carilion Clinic improves speed, connectivity and access
It was early 2015 when the team at Carilion Clinic decided they had outgrown their PACS and needed to replace their decade-old system. Software lockups were all too common, and they needed to amp up t...
Case | Radiology imaging | Enterprise imaging | Enterprise platform
Arab Health 2020
We invite you to visit Sectra in booth #Z2.A10 (The Innovation Pavilion by Sweden) at Arab Health 2020, where we will showcase our complete enterprise imaging offering with Sectra VNA and our Best-in-...
Event | Enterprise imaging | Digital pathology | Radiology imaging
IMSH 2020
We welcome you to join Sectra at booth #1027 at IMSH (International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare) 2020. For more information about the event and to register, visit the official event website.
Event | Medical education
USCAP Annual Meeting 2020
We welcome you to join Sectra at USCAP (United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology) Annual Meeting 2020. For more information about the event and to register, visit the official event website.
Event | Digital pathology
Digitale pathologie een must bij regionale samenwerking
De toekomst van digitale pathologie begint zichtbaar te worden. Steeds meer labs kiezen hiervoor om hun efficiency te verhogen en makkelijker samen te werken met anderen. Wat zijn de succesfactoren vo...
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Applications to fill the gaps in your IT ecosystem
Today’s healthcare organizations, in some cases, are built on hundreds of different integrated IT systems, creating a complex and ever-changing ecosystem. For a user, this ecosystem must function as...
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The first NHS PACS in the cloud – faster, safer reporting at Guy’s and St Thomas’
Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust became the first trust in England to use a picture archiving and communication system (PACS) in the cloud in 2017. The Sectra PACS is taking pressure away...
Case | Enterprise imaging | Enterprise platform | Radiology imaging
Philipps-universität Marburg first in Germany to introduce innovative table
The Philipps-Universität Marburg was founded in 1527 and has since been a centre for both research and teaching. Today, it has nearly 23,000 students. The Faculty of Human Medicine is the largest fac...
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John Muir Health exchanges images with neighboring providers
The imaging division at John Muir Health in California’s Contra Costa County has been supplying topnotch image-handling capabilities to end users located across the system’s sprawling family tree...
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Northwest ImageShare: Linking images, clinicians & care
Northwest ImageShare is breaking new ground—as well as answering the call for greater availability of health information via health exchanges from National Coordinator for Health Information Technol...
Articles | Radiology imaging | Share and collaborate
A shared image archive offers major advantages for healthcare providers and patients
Within Stockholm County Council (SLL), Sweden’s capital region, there are 2,000 healthcare providers—ranging from hospitals and district care centers to specialist clinics and private dentists. To...
Case | Enterprise imaging | Enterprise platform
Two NHS trusts take 'giant leap' in connecting diagnostics across hospitals
Two NHS trusts in the North West of England have taken the lead in breaking down barriers between diagnostic departments and frontline clinical staff, in a move that healthcare professionals say is ch...
Case | Enterprise imaging | Enterprise platform
RSNA 2020
We invite you to visit Sectra in booth #6121 at RSNA 2020, where we will showcase our complete enterprise imaging offering—with Sectra VNA and our Best-in-KLAS PACS for radiology, pathology and card...
Event | Radiology imaging | Breast imaging | Cardiology imaging | Digital pathology | Enterprise imaging | Enterprise platform | Medical education | Orthopaedics | Share and collaborate