The Tokyo-based company hopes to add scale to better compete with the top global players in imaging.
Foes of the tax applauded the proposed spending bill on Tuesday, Dec. 17, urging lawmakers to “cross the finish line.”
This deep neural network was able to extract vast amounts of data from images and deduce a higher cancer risk association when compared to even the best mammographic breast density model.
“This would be a major step toward improving quality of life for patients with breast cancer," said lead investigator Henry Kuerer, MD, PhD.
Radiology program directors must build an active presence or risk putting their institutions at a “distinct disadvantage," experts wrote in the Journal of the American College of Radiology.
Artificial intelligence may help to inject more humanity back into the medical profession, despite concerns that it may make medicine colder and more sterile.
Experts recently made their pitch for informatics as a burnout-buster in a new analysis, set to be published in February’s Clinical Imaging.
The House Ways & Means Committee has introduced a new policy framework to address unexpected IOUs for medical care, an issue that has drawn ire from lawmakers on both sides of the aisle.
That’s according to a new study of nearly 10,000 women, presented Thursday, Dec. 12, at the San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium.
Researchers with the University of Auckland recently scored a $1 million grant to advance their research, which is nearing clinical use.
Starboard Value LP has privately nominated a majority slate of directors to the Sunrise, Florida-based company’s board, the Wall Street Journal reported.
Stephen Hahn, MD, is the new commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration following approval from the U.S. Senate on Thursday, Dec. 12.