Medidata and Median Technologies want to make medical images a more effective tool in the fight against cancer. Two medical companies have partnered to make patients' medical images easier to access and study for oncology researchers. Medidata , a top provider of software and analytics for clinical...
Convolutional neural networks and other machine learning algorithms are gradually transforming our reality. Dentistry is no exception.
Neural Analytics is using robotics and automation to extend the existing technology of transcranial Doppler ultrasound to a wider audience and accelerate intervention for stroke patients.
IBM Watson Health and Merge Healthcare are bringing new insights, made possible through artificial intelligence and cognitive computing, to medical imaging. Dr. Tanveer Syeda-Mahmood developed a tool that uses IBM Watson Health technology to help clinicians detect heart disease....
Growth in procedures will overwhelm eroding pricing, and expanding niches could bring future growth opportunities.
It is crucial that archiving systems be upgraded in order to accommodate the increasing volume of medical images.
The Canadian company aims to revolutionize the foot orthotics industry with a 3-D scanner that can capture measurements instantly.
An Australian company has received the FDA nod to sell a new ultrasound bladder scanning device that works with an Android tablet and aims to make bladder scanning more accurate and intelligent.
Big medtech companies are all developing devices whose functionality is not hampered when patients undergo magentic resonance imaging (MRI), a common diagnostic tools these days.
Almost a year after new reprocessing instructions for its TJF-Q180V duodenoscope, Olympus is back with updated, validated protocols for more models.
FUJIFILM Medical Systems, USA, one of the three manufacturers selling duodenoscopes in the United States, has published revised, validated reprocessing instructions for one of its duodenoscope models.
Leveraging 4D Flow MRI, the cloud, Big Data and machine learning Arterys, wants to visualize and quantify blood flow using any MRI for better diagnosis and management of cardiac disease patients.
Understanding both commercial and on-chip graphics cards will help designers optimize long-term performance. Martin Rudloff
In the post-ACA landscape, vendors of medical imaging systems must focus on lowering the total cost of ownership of their products.