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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 | AI in medical imaging | Breast imaging | Enterprise imaging
RSNA 2020
We invite you to join Sectra at the RSNA 2020 Virtual Meeting this autumn. While we certainly will miss the opportunity to meet with you in person in Chicago, we look forward to connecting virtually a...
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Machine learning in radiology—reflections and predictions
Leading up to RSNA 2017, we published a report discussing our findings from talking to radiologists about where they see an added value of machine learning (ML) in their daily work. With RSNA in the r...
Industry reflections | Radiology imaging | AI in medical imaging | Breast imaging | Enterprise imaging | Enterprise platform
From a sudden volume decline to a post-COVID-19 imaging surge—how to deal with the aftermath
Thus far during the coronavirus crisis, many practices have experienced a sudden drop in imaging exams, which has resulted in dramatic changes in operations and impacts on revenue. But the crisis also...
Articles | Radiology imaging
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Structured reports save time and add value for doctors and patients
Anna has been undergoing treatment for breast cancer, and sits, hopeful and concerned, next to her physician. Dr. Sara Karlsson picks up a tablet and accesses Anna’s most recent radiology report in...
Articles | Breast 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 | AI in medical imaging | Breast imaging | Enterprise 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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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
Seks sejlivede myter om kunstig intelligens
En kombination af høje forventninger og stort behov har gjort AI til en stjerne i sundheds­sektoren. Men hvad kan du realistisk forvente dig af AI i de næste år?
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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
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
Patient pathways and better outcomes: The future of radiology
In ancient Roman times, all roads led to Rome. From one monument in central Rome, all roads began and distances were measured. Today, the patient is at the center of care—with success measured in we...
Articles | Radiology 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
Articles | Digital pathology | Enterprise imaging