News | Artificial Intelligence | June 28, 2024

Collaboration brings together Rad AI’s generative AI radiology reporting solutions and patient follow-up management solution with Bayer’s Calantic Digital Solution Platform

Radiologists can now save significant time and accelerate clinical output through the automated creation of patient-specific reports

June 28, 2024 — As experts from around the globe gather at the annual Society for Informatics in Medicine (SIIM) conference, Bayer and Rad AI are announcing a collaboration to bring Rad AI’s cutting edge AI radiology operational solutions to Calantic Digital Solution customers.

Rad AI’s radiology speech recognition reporting solution, AI-driven patient follow-up management, and automated radiology impression generation technologies complement Bayer’s Calantic Digital Solutions platform, enabling more hospitals and health systems to benefit from Rad AI’s generative AI capabilities.

Imaging data accounts for about 90 percent of all healthcare data1, and the number of images continues to grow, increasing the workload for radiologists on top of resource constraints. At the same time there is a growing need to demonstrate value from AI deployments. This collaboration enables Radiology suites to take advantage of operational Radiology AI applications and a scalable deployment platform integrated through one vendor.

Rad AI Reporting helps radiologists create reports faster by using generative AI to organize radiology reports for radiologists allowing them to focus on reading studies as well as integrating stable findings from prior reports. Rad AI Omni Impressions generates customized radiology report impressions from dictated findings, tailored to each radiologist’s language preferences and helping to reducing fatigue. Rad AI Continuity automates the follow-up process for incidental findings, helping to promote timely patient follow-up, and potentially increasing imaging revenue for health systems.

Calantic Digital Solutions is a suite of digital radiology AI-enabled clinical and operational applications that assist radiologists and their teams at critical steps within a patient’s journey through the Radiology suite. The Calantic platform is a vendor-neutral, cloud-hosted platform which includes a growing number of applications designed to aid in prioritization, lesion detection and quantification, as well as apps that automate routine tasks, measurements, and improve workflows in Radiology suites. The platform uses a curation approach to select apps based on structured assessment criteria.

"Rad AI and Bayer are dedicated to pioneering innovations that serve hospitals and health systems, allowing for greater access to these advanced technologies. This relationship allows for expanded use of our cutting-edge solutions in hospitals across the country," Doktor Gurson, co-founder and CEO of Rad AI.

“Our customers consistently convey to us that a clear ROI from the use of AI will help to increase confidence and adoption. Demonstrating ROI via operational applications like those on Bayer’s Calantic Digital Solutions platform is often an easier path, which is why Bayer is excited to enter into this agreement with Rad AI. This technology has the ability to help physicians optimize and streamline their radiology reporting, and deliver benefits for the patient and the health system,” said Rich Dewit, Senior Vice-President, Digital Solutions, Bayer Radiology.

For more information: www.bayer.com

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