News | Breast Imaging | November 26, 2019

Hologic to Launch Unifi Workspace, Comprehensive Reading Solution for Breast Health Diagnostics

New workstation designed to enable more informed decision-making and improve workflow efficiencies for radiologists

November 26, 2019 — Unifi Workspace, a new comprehensive breast diagnostic reading solution from Hologic, will launch at the upcoming 105th Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA). The much-anticipated multimodality workstation is designed to enable more informed decision-making and improve workflow efficiencies for radiologists.

Unifi Workspace integrates reading of MRI, ultrasound and mammography into one dedicated platform, and is designed to allow for more efficient review of breast images. The new solution features multimodality pre-fetching capabilities and MRI tools, such as MR CAD with subtraction, colorization and wash-in wash-out curve; MR motion correction; and multimodality-enabled hanging protocols.

 “Over the years, we’ve listened closely to radiologist feedback on how we could improve the reading experience,” said Pete Valenti, Hologic’s Division President, Breast and Skeletal Health Solutions. “Unifi Workspace represents a prime example of how we’ve innovated with the end user in mind. By integrating multiple imaging modalities into one system, this new solution can not only improve workflow efficiencies and patient outcomes, but also significantly reduce costs over time as it eliminates the need for additional workstations. We believe this product is a real game changer for our customers and we’re confident they will agree.” 

Unifi Workspace also provides a personalized reading environment for each radiologist in the breast center. With the new system, each user will have the opportunity to create a customized interface with hanging protocols based on his or her individual preferences.

For more information: www.hologic.com

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