Telemedicine – The Future of Healthcare With AI


It has gone from a virus outbreak in one city to a global pandemic that’s locked people behind doors and changed the world. COVID-19 has become a definitive historic event, not just because it has globally impacted humanity simultaneously, but because it has introduced a ‘new normal’. Life can now be sliced in half – […]

The Radiologist Shortage and the Potential of AI

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In a report released by the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC), the data highlighted an urgent need for physicians with a shortage of nearly 122, 000 by 2032. In the UK, the situation is equally tight with just ‘2% of radiology departments able to fulfill their imaging reporting requirements within contracted hours’.  This is […]

Gaming in Radiology: Workflows the Video Game Way

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Gaming. Hardly the technology that would normally be associated with radiology and imaging informatics, the design thinking and immersive experiences provided by games have the potential to change workflows within the radiology profession. From changing how developers think about systems to engaging with radiologists in their busy lives, gaming has the potential to enhance imaging […]

Informatics in Radiology – How Informatics in Radiology is Shaping the Future with AI

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The American Board of Imaging Informatics (ABII), eloquently describes informatics as the ‘intersection of information science, computer science and healthcare.” It’s the ability to access, understand and use information in healthcare in ways that are far more effective and that enhance services and patient care. It’s also an area that has seen significant innovation and […]

Artificial Intelligence in Radiology

Pulmonary Embolism Guidelines and the intersection with AI

Artificial intelligence in radiology has undergone something of a metamorphosis. From a few innovative solutions tentatively testing the edges of capability and potential to a virtual deluge of algorithms, platforms and solutions, it has grown as both a technology and a market. However, like most technology solutions, artificial intelligence (AI) is not perfect. It is […]

What you need to make the most of ECR 2020

Radiologists are bombarded with innovation, overwhelmed with work and enthusiastic about delivering exceptional patient care. These commitments and attitudes are why the medical industry has become one of the leaders in technology adoption and invention – radiologists want solutions that allow them to achieve more with their expertise while managing overwhelming patient burdens with greater […]

Radiology Residents of the Future: Dr. Eric Gray

This series highlights the insights and learnings from medical residents engaged in the use of artificial intelligence for their medical practice AI continues to make inroads into medicine, providing solutions that support medical practitioners in managing complex workloads and busy daily lives. For Dr. Eric Gray, a resident at UCSD San Diego, artificial intelligence is […]

Radiology Residents of the Future: Dr. Komal Chughtai

This series highlights the insights and learnings from radiology residents engaged in the use of artificial intelligence for their medical practice Artificial intelligence (AI) has become less of a science fiction movie and more of a tool that can support radiology residents in diagnosing patients, achieving educational goals and enhancing their skills. It has become […]

6 ways to navigate the AI Showcase at RSNA 2019

In just two years, artificial intelligence has gone from a big idea in a small space to global adoption and integration Not so long ago, a small stand stood in the corner of the floor at the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting. The stand was showcasing the latest in […]