Accuray recently unveiled the company’s newest innovation, the Radixact Treatment Delivery System, a uniquely smart, fully integrated treatment delivery, treatment planning and data management system. Hear from the Accuray team about this new, next-generation TomoTherapy platform, as well as how recent innovations to the CyberKnife platform reduce treatment time while providing leading-edge motion tracking and real-time beam adjustment. Discover how Accuray systems can help clinicians deliver precise tumor treatments with confidence.
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Bill Lacy, vice president, Medical Informatics at FUJIFILM Medical Systems U.S.A., Inc. discusses Synapse 7x, a convergence of the company’s server-side technology designed to cover all the different areas of diagnostic visualization, as well as overall enterprise viewing, with ITN Consulting Editor Greg Freiherr. Demo Synapse 7x at HIMSS 2020 booth #4559.
The purpose of this exploratory video roundtable is to examine the state of breast biopsies today and to communicate the current challenges and inefficiencies affecting personnel that perform these important procedures. The video roundtable posed key questions to Key Opinion Leaders from the Cleveland Clinic on obstacles they face when performing stereotactic-guided breast biopsies, and why it is necessary to consider the ramifications. The roundtable discussion was hosted by Imaging Technology News and was funded through a grant from Hologic Inc.
Leveraging RESTful web services to unify communications between various health IT platforms the Unifier solves a wide range of interoperability challenges. Visit Dicom Systems’ RSNA Booth 1508 for a live demo.
The medical imaging staff of Salem Community Hospital has expanded the value their Medrad Stellant Injection System delivers. Learn about this radiology team's experience in eliminating guesswork, driving consistent image quality, and benefiting from CT workflow efficiencies.
Contributing Editor Greg Freiherr offers an overview of digital radiography (DR) advances at the Association for Medical Imaging Management (AHRA) 2016 meeting. Read the article “The Coming Push for DR.” Watch a technology report sidebar video on new DR Systems technology.
Agfa highlights how its digital radiography (DR) systems capture analytics data to help improve management of the radiology department, show ROI on DR investments, and explains how its image processing software works. Read the article “The Coming Push for DR.” Watch the video “Technology Report: DR Systems.”
See how Carestream's exclusive Web Portal and personalized dashboard can give users peace of mind.
Consolidate disparate imaging systems and provide physicians with enterprise-wide access to all medical data with Unifier Archive, a natively Vendor Neutral Archive from Dicom Systems.
Carestream has changed the DR game and puts you in control of the move to digital. See how the X-Factor lets you make the most of your capital investment. It meets today's needs and positions you for growth.
Learn more about McKesson's Conserus Clinical Data Exchange.
Resetting the life of your scanner with Signa Explorer Lift is simpler than you may think. Watch what happens when a magnet undergoes the Explorer Lift process.
See the benefits that can be realized when you reset the lift of your scanner with Signa Explorer Lift.
Bill Lacy, division vice president of Fujifilm Medical Systems USA, showcases the new products in its medical informatics portfolio including Synapse VNA and the introduction of Synapse 5 visualization technology.
Rob Fabrizio, director of product development and marketing, introduces the Fujifilm FDR D-EVO GL long-length DR detector at RSNA 2015. The 17 x 49-inch field-of-view DR detector captures long-length imaging with DR in one exposure.
At ASTRO 2015, Mevion highlighted the exceptional results its customers are seeing with the Mevion S250 Series proton therapy system.
At RSNA 2015, Matthew Ernst, marketing segment manager with Hitachi, introduced Sofia, an automated breast tomography system designed for whole breast bilateral ultrasound scanning for women with dense breasts.
Ralph Highnam, chief executive officer, reviews product highlights at RSNA 2015, including the recent FDA 510(k) clearance of Volpara Density Software.
David Sorensen, director of operations, reviews product highlights including the Thales ArtPix EZ2GO DR System, Image Systems diagnostic displays, Anthro Carl’s Table ergonomic workstation, and International Medical Equipment and Service (IMES) - the recently acquired business providing cost-saving OEM-quality replacement parts and training for major brands of CT and MRI equipment. The common thread is that these are products Richardson Healthcare uses to fulfill its mission to provide high-value components for imaging that enable customers to reduce the cost of healthcare with confidence.
With the LOGIQ E9 XDclear 2.0 ultrasound system, GE Healthcare rethought virtually every element of the imaging chain, from the pulse of the probes to the clarity of the pixels. The result is their highest level of imaging performance yet.
Eizo showcased its latest image display technology during the 2015 Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) meeting in December. Technologies included the latest radiology imaging screens for mammography, video management solutions for the operating room and cath lab, and remote quality control monitoring software.
RSNA 2015 was the first time Konica Minolta and Viztek displayed as a combined company. David Widmann, president and CEO, and Joe Cermin, president of healthcare IT, explain how the merger will help clinicians and how health IT plays a major role in imaging today.
Contributing Editor Greg Freiherr offers an overview of enterprise imaging advances at the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) 2015.
Varian offered an overview of its new technology offerings at ASTRO 2015. These include advancements in analytics, treatment planning, adaptive therapy, clinical decision support and new tools for the integration of MRI and PET/CT into the treatment planning process.
Discover how Philips is helping community hospitals maximize value in limited workspaces.
The DRX Plus 3543 Detector is faster, lighter and more reliable, as compared to the DRX-1 Detectors, and is IPX37 fluid resistant. The DRX Detector can be shared across all DRX products. Watch video now.
Learn more about myQA, IBA’s unique platform that connects QA applications, people, and know-how through a central database and the Cloud. It offers full support throughout all of your QA, and enables you access to the different software modules and all of your data from one intuitive interface – anywhere and anytime.
This brief video highlights the grassroots effort from IBA Dosimetry to satisfy customers through value added services and benefits that continue throughout the life cycle of their products, and beyond.
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With the advent of enterprise imaging, the enterprise viewer is a pivotal component that enables a single point of access to all imaging — diagnostic, clinical, mobile, EHR-driven, and medical multimedia objects - across a healthcare enterprise. Visage Imaging's General Manager, North America, Brad Levin discusses trends in the industry and the transition away from traditional PACS during SIIM 2015.
Detecting metastatic disease early is key. Sand Lake Imaging, Florida, provides great value to both patients and referrers by using syngo.via's efficient AV tools. See how!
Dense breast tissue can mask the appearance of tumors and limit the performance of mammography. When used as an adjunct to mammography, Invenia ABUS from GE Healthcare has been shown to improve invasive breast cancer detection by 55% over mammography alone.
At RSNA 2014, Dome showcased its new s6c 6 MP color monitor for radiology. The company also introduced its latest version of the Dome Dashboard software for remote monitoring, QA and adjustment of all displays used in the enterprise.
Volpara now offers products to track breast density in mammography, X-ray radiation dose and analytical data. The company now integrates with tomosynthesis 3-D mammo systems. The technology has installations in 31 countries.
At RSNA 2014, Fujifilm highlighted improvements to its Synapse Vendor Neutral Archive (VNA) for enterprise imaging, new functionality with its newest version of Synapse PACS, and new advanced visualization applications. Synapse advanced visualization now includes 3-D colonoscopy, kidney analysis and lung analysis, which includes virtual 3-D fly-through of the bronchia).
At RSNA 2014, Fujifilm highlighted improvements with its digital radiography (DR) X-ray technology. This includes the newly redesigned FDR D-EVO II wireless detector, FDR GO mobile DR system and Fujifilm's new Virtual Grid technology to post-process images to reduce X-ray scatter.
At RSNA 2014, Konica Minolta released a durable DR detector panel for extreme environments, a new DR panel designed for orthopedic use and a hand-carried ultrasound system for point of care use.
McKesson is committed to working with facilities to adapt to the new healthcare reality in both an effective and cost-efficient fashion. The vendor does this by providing a suite of enterprise solutions including: "McKesson Enterprise Image Repository" Brings together all the scattered images from numerous isolated systems into the image repository (VNA) and helps provide a single view of the patient's imaging history, accessible from anywhere across the enterprise. McKesson Clinical Data Exchange: Manage, share and access patient images and clinical documents anywhere in the enterprise or across a region from any common Web-enabled device or workstation by leveraging the IHE cross-enterprise document sharing (XDS) integration profile.
QICS is a unique, automated workflow management solution to help today's medical professionals enhance the delivery of care, reduce risks, optimize user productivity and meet regulatory requirements compliance. QICS can provide workflow efficiencies that help providers improve performance and satisfaction for both physicians and patients. Qualitative Intelligence and Communication System (QICS) solutions can help: Create records for accountability and analytics; Meet regulatory requirements; Reduce manual processes to streamline workflow; Optimize communication to help deliver better care
Staff at Halifax Health in Daytona Beach, Fla., explain how DR Systems helped them achieve greater efficiency with their PACS.