News | Artificial Intelligence | March 13, 2024

ScreenPoint Medical has announced that its industry leading Transpara Breast AI is available to improve cancer detection for Johns Hopkins breast cancer screening patients. With the onboarding of Johns Hopkins, Transpara's growing utilization in the northeast will now benefit radiologists and patients in over 50 sites throughout 5 states (NY, NJ, PA, MD, VA) and the District of Columbia.

ScreenPoint Medical has announced that its industry leading Transpara Breast AI is available to improve cancer detection for Johns Hopkins breast cancer screening patients.

ScreenPoint Medical has announced that its industry leading Transpara Breast AI is available to improve cancer detection for Johns Hopkins breast cancer screening patients. With the onboarding of Johns Hopkins, Transpara's growing utilization in the northeast will now benefit radiologists and patients in over 50 sites throughout 5 states (NY, NJ, PA, MD, VA) and the District of Columbia. 


March 13, 2024 — ScreenPoint Medical has announced that its industry leading Transpara Breast AI is available to improve cancer detection for Johns Hopkins Medicine breast cancer screening patients. With the onboarding of Johns Hopkins, Transpara's growing utilization in the northeast will now benefit radiologists and patients in over 50 sites throughout 5 states (NY, NJ, PA, MD, VA) and the District of Columbia.

The Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center was one of the first to be recognized by the National Cancer Institute as a "Center of Excellence." Across Johns Hopkins, the breast imaging services team conducts more than 77,000 breast imaging exams and 5,000 interventional procedures each year. The choice to use Transpara was made after a thorough analysis of the software's evidence, effectiveness, and performance on selected cases, according to a written statement, which added that Transpara was evaluated in a thorough competitive comparison by the breast imaging team at Johns Hopkins.

The ScreenPoint customer success team worked closely with both clinical and IT teams at Johns Hopkins to install Transpara Breast AI to support patient care at 7 locations. Transpara was chosen to improve screening workflow, decision confidence, and breast cancer diagnostic assessment, , according to the written statement on the arrangement, which further noted Transpara assists radiologists with the reading of 2D and 3D mammography exams to help detect cancers earlier and reduce recall rates.

"We are delighted Johns Hopkins has trusted ScreenPoint Medical in its fight against cancer.  Transpara is the most clinically validated breast AI on the market, proven to enhance radiologists' ability to detect breast cancer as early as possible,” said Nicki Bryan, VP of Sales at ScreenPoint Medical. She added, "We are also so grateful to the professionals on the Johns Hopkins team who collaborated so effectively to ensure a smooth and seamless technical transition."

Transpara is FDA cleared and has European MDR approval for use with 2D and 3D mammography from multiple manufacturers. Used by hundreds of leading centers in more than 30 countries. Transpara is designed to work concurrently with radiologists. Research shows that up to 45% of interval cancers can be found earlier using Transpara, while helping to reduce workload and optimize workflow.

More information: www.screenpoint-medical.com

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