That’s according to the results of a recent survey conducted at one private Colorado imaging practice, highlighted Wednesday in the American Journal of Roentgenology.
Customers have not reported any instances of hackers using this weakness to affect clinical care, the Amsterdam-based imaging giant said.
It says more than 200 healthcare institutions across the globe have now expressed interest in participating, with “substantial” datasets already added to the repository.
When a child shows up at the emergency department with a traumatic brain injury, the encounter can often result in a costly head CT scan that provides little benefit to the patient, experts wrote Tuesday in JACR.
Participating institutions will contribute demographic information, signs and symptoms data, imaging exams, lab tests and patient outcomes.
That’s according to a new survey of various clinician types, published recently in the Annals of the American Thoracic Society.
Others have previously designed such reporting and data systems, but those do not specifically address radiology department workflows, Brigham and Women's experts wrote in JACR.
That’s according to a new survey of almost 30,000 consumers, led by Harvard Medical School and published in JAMA Network Open.
This is in addition to SK’s previous contribution of $5 million and balloons the Israeli system-maker’s fundraising total to $80 million from the likes of Fujifilm and Foxconn
Arterys announced the capital infusion on May 29, with the lion’s share of funding coming from Benslie Investment Group and Temasek Holdings.
The Butterfly Network said such telemedicine-based imaging was made possible by recent rule-relaxing from the Food and Drug Administration.
Clear communication has proven crucial and that will only continue as UC Health looks to recover, experts wrote in JACR.