Canon Medical Systems USA

  •  AI predicts future healthcare costs using chest x-rays

    AI predicts future healthcare costs using chest x-rays

    Erik L. Ridley - www.auntminnie | December 02, 2019


    ​An artificial intelligence (AI) algorithm can predict the future healthcare expenses a patient will incur over the next five years just by analyzing their chest radiographs, according to award-winning research presented Monday at the 2019 RSNA meeting. Read More
  •  Human connection is key to progress in radiology

    Human connection is key to progress in radiology

    Abraham Kim - www.auntminnie.com | December 01, 2019


    In a medical world moving at ever-increasing speeds and making greater demands, it will require a conscious effort on the part of individual radiologists to create a culture of patient interaction and keep humanity at the forefront of the specialty, RSNA 2019 President Dr. Valerie Jackson said in her opening address. Read More
  • Canon launches spectral CT, digital PET/CT at RSNA

    Canon launches spectral CT, digital PET/CT at RSNA

    Brian Casey - www.auntminnie.com | December 01, 2019


    ​A new wide-area spectral CT scanner with data reconstruction based on artificial intelligence (AI), a new fully digital PET/CT scanner, and enhancements in ultrasound, MRI, and interventional imaging are among the highlights in the RSNA 2019 booth of Canon Medical Systems USA. Read More
  • Preparing for the Artificial Intelligence Explosion at RSNA 2019

    Preparing for the Artificial Intelligence Explosion at RSNA 2019

    https://healthitanalytics.com/ | November 04, 2019


    ​What do the following numbers have to do with the annual meeting of the Radiological Society of North America: 2, 12, 32, 271, and 308? They refer to the presence of “artificial intelligence” at the show from 2015 to 2019, in that order. Read More
  • CMS: Stay tuned for final rule on hospital price transparency

    CMS: Stay tuned for final rule on hospital price transparency

    Tina Reed - www.fiercehealthcare.com/ | November 01, 2019


    ​As the Trump administration released final rules Friday around physician reimbursement and site-neutral payments as part of the Outpatient Prospective Payment System (OPPS), a proposal that would require hospitals to post "shoppable prices" remains on hold—at least for now. Read More