Posted on June 11, 2018 by Kevin Landwehr
If you’re a cardiologist that works with iNtuition or are thinking about making a switch from another platform then you should absolutely check out the new cardiac and vascular feature enhancements in iNtuition 4.4.13. TeraRecon unveiled their initial release of this new version to the public at RSNA in 2017 which was met with great response. As we move through the second quarter of 2018, we have continued to innovate and incorporate features that our users are requesting. Let’s take a closer look at how our cardiac workflows have changed for the better and how users will benefit.
Posted on March 7, 2018 by Lindsay Fleming
TeraRecon has set up a technical demonstration with Project InnerEye, a Microsoft research project, to illustrate the use of the Project InnerEye‘s segmentation technology through the EnvoyAI™ platform. The demonstration of the workflow integration will be on display at the Healthcare Information Management Systems Society (HIMSS18) annual meeting in Las Vegas, Nevada, March 6th – 8th.
Posted on March 5, 2018 by David MacCutcheon
Adopting and implementing new technologies often leads one to question - “What is the return on investment?” When it comes to truly innovative solutions, that is a question not so easily answered. Taking a look forward at the use of artificial intelligence in medical imaging and other areas of healthcare, one can see it is ripe to deliver on the hype of improved outcomes, workflow automation, and systematic efficiency gains.
Posted on February 14, 2018 by Kevin Landwehr
As a patient, when you hear “aortic stenosis” and “aortic valve implantation” your mind will race. Open Heart Surgery? How do I prepare? What if my surgery doesn’t go well? Luckily for patients everywhere, a doctor named Alain Cribier, a French Interventional Cardiologist and Professor of Medicine at the University of Rouen’s Charles Nicolle Hospital, developed a procedure called Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation (TAVR)1. His procedure is minimally invasive, being delivered by a catheter, and doesn’t require all the big equipment and long recovery times that open-heart surgery normally requires.
Posted on January 22, 2018 by Kevin Landwehr
From the looks of each morning’s newsfeed, it’s evident that the buzz of AI has turned into productive dialogue and won’t be slowing down anytime soon. As many of us experienced, hundreds of companies (including TeraRecon) came to RSNA (Radiological Society of North America’s Annual Meeting) to show off what they have contributed to the industry since this time last year. Talks of radiation dose management and 3D printing were abundant but none were so pervasive as Artificial Intelligence (AI). Every booth seemed to have something to contribute whether it be the development of eclectic algorithms or App store like platforms that did little more than provide quicker access to algorithms a company was already selling.
Posted on December 29, 2017 by Lindsay Fleming
Posted on November 26, 2017 by Jeff Sorenson
The use of artificial intelligence to help healthcare providers handle their growing workload and improve patient outcomes increases every day. This technology is yet to have a major impact in radiology. The technology is best suited to solve problems that are repetitious and consistent.
Posted on September 6, 2017 by Jeff Sorenson
The politics of who controls and promotes “what’s new” inside the health system has an all to common tendency to slow down internal access to innovation. This bottleneck can drastically decrease adoption of the latest technologies in healthcare, such as 3D Printing.
Posted on August 30, 2017 by Jeff Sorenson
In healthcare, costs are calculated and understood, but in 3D printing, the internal cost of printing is often underestimated and more often, completely unknown. It's common to see an organization tout an incredible case study with a 3D model, yet once all costs are factored, the model ended up being 10x more expensive than it should have.