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CareMount Medical: Reducing CT Radiation Exposure, Aligning with latest Med-Tech & Eliminating Financial obstacles

The Radiology Department of CareMount Medical, the largest independent multi-specialty medical group in New York State, sets its patients’ safety and satisfaction as their number one priority. In 2016, CareMount Medical chose Medic Vision’s SafeCT® platform to offer its patients the most advanced and safe lung cancer screening, to comply with the NEMA XR-29 SmartDose …

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Is Improving Patient radiation Safety Necessarily Contradicts Saving Costs? Sometimes, It’s Just The Other Way Around.

Medical Arts Radiology of Long Island, NY, reduced radiation exposure risks for its patients, complied with the latest federal regulations and achieved significant savings, by implementing Medic Vision SafeCT® for its CT scanner array. With eight outpatient facilities throughout Long Island, NY, Medical Arts Radiology, has been providing thousands of patients with the latest advances …

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Large-Scale Deployment of iQMR, an AI-Assisted Technology, Enabling Short Protocols on MRI Scanners – Case Report

Alliar, the third-largest diagnostic imaging provider in Brazil has more than 100 outpatient imaging centers across the country. provides imaging services to 10,000 people a month and performs more than 800,000 MRI exams per year with more than 100 scanners of various makers and types. As the demand for more scans per day became critical the company sought …

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Implementation of AI-assisted Technology to Enhance Service Quality and Productivity in Outpatient Diagnostic Centers

This report was conducted with Houston Medical Imaging’s (HMI) outpatient diagnostic centers. An increase in demand for MRI scans at HMI prompted a Productivity and Service Quality improvement project. The project aimed to optimize the performance of 7 MRI scanners across 6 sites in order to facilitate more scans and ultimately improve patient service. 49% SCAN-TIME …

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COMPARING ACCELERATION OF MRI BRAIN SCANS: COMPRESSED SENSING AND MACHINE LEARNING IMAGE PROCESSING TECHNOLOGIES

The report compared complete MRI brain scans exams that were acquired by the site’s routine scan (11 minutes 50 seconds) and by accelerated acquisition (5 minutes 50 seconds, 50% scan time reduction). Acquired images were processed and reviewed blindly by acknowledged neuroradiologists. The results demonstrate definite preference towards IIR-processed fast MRI brain  scans, for all …

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MRI scans Substantial Shortening of Neuro Times

To evaluate the ability to substantially reduce neuro MRI scans time by applying Compressed Sense (CS) with Machine Learning (ML) assisted imageenhancement technology. Figure 1 Axial T1w 3D images from a Philips Ingenia 1.5T scanner. (A) Accelerated routine protocol (with CS-3), AT=2:15min (B) Fast protocol (accelerated withCS-4), AT=1:42 and (C) Fast ML processed protocol (accelerated …

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