News | Artificial Intelligence | December 04, 2017

Change Healthcare and Zebra Medical Vision Bring Artificial Intelligence to Medical Imaging

Pragmatic solutions to help automate radiology reading workflow and improve insights for imaging specialists

Change Healthcare and Zebra Medical Vision Bring Artificial Intelligence to Medical Imaging

December 4, 2017 — Change Healthcare and Zebra Medical Vision announced an agreement to create solutions that deliver artificial intelligence solutions to complex radiology reporting environments. Change Healthcare's radiology solutions, along with Zebra Medical Vision's algorithms, will benefit radiologists and other imaging specialists by improving the efficiency of routine tasks and the effectiveness of workflow in the radiologist reading environment.

By working together on the pragmatic integration of artificial intelligence algorithms into radiology solutions, Change Healthcare and Zebra Medical Vision are innovating to transform the radiology readflow environment, according to the companies. In parallel, Change Healthcare will continue to work closely with its forum of clinical and academic leaders on leveraging the integral insights inherent in imaging and clinical information so that solutions developed help imaging specialists identify critical conditions more quickly.

For more information: www.changehealthcare.com, www.zebra-med.com

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