News | Enterprise Imaging | September 20, 2017

Carestream Demonstrates Artificial Intelligence Tools for Clinical Collaboration Platform

Tools to help identify asymptomatic conditions can lead to preventative care that benefits patients and lowers costs

Carestream Demonstrates Artificial Intelligence Tools for Clinical Collaboration Platform

September 20, 2017 — Carestream Health is demonstrating advanced enterprise imaging analytics software tools designed to enhance value in the delivery of medical care as part of its Clinical Collaboration Platform at the Society for Imaging Informatics in Medicine (SIIM) Machine Learning Showcase. The SIIM Machine Learning Showcase is being held Sept. 26-27 at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Md.

Artificial intelligence can enhance detection of diseases before symptoms appear and help radiologists provide accurate interpretations as part of a streamlined, efficient workflow. These tools can improve patient health and help reduce the risk of costly medical errors, according to Theirry Verstraete, Carestream’s worldwide product line manager for healthcare IT clinical solutions and analytics.

Carestream software incorporates artificial intelligence, including advanced machine vision algorithms from a third-party provider, to help detect abnormalities on imaging examinations in real time. When the software detects medically important findings, it alerts radiologists. This allows imaging studies to be screened for conditions that may be asymptomatic, such as osteoporosis, emphysema, coronary artery calcifications and abnormal fat deposition in the liver.

Software tools and natural language processing allow radiologists to quickly prepare interactive multimedia radiology reports, which present vital clinical information to the medical care team, and to extract structured information for the medical record to help enhance population health.

Carestream’s new automatic workflow orchestrator prioritizes cases for interpretation and these cases are directed to radiologists with specialized training in the suspected disease or condition. The new software also triages examinations by using artificial intelligence to help identify studies with medically urgent findings.

For more information: www.carestream.com

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