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Annual meeting of Radiological Society of North America in Chicago displayed new cloud IT innovations, analytics, and AI innovations. RSNA had its Annual Meeting and 105th Scientific Assembly, one of the world’s largest radiology conference in McCormick Place at Chicago. Among numerous CT scanners and MRI machines, there were new IT vendors and products that were announced.
Change healthcare revealed its new project, CareSelect Imaging Open Access, will provides decision-making support to healthcare providers for approaching Protecting Access to Medicare Act. It will be effective from January 1, 2020 and be beneficial for PAMA. It states that CMS-approved decision support is essential for physicians at various Medicaid and Medicare Services for imaging exams suggested to Medicare patients.
Change Healthcare has also announced its cloud-based enterprise imaging that offers AI-powered analytics and imaging viewer and archive. Four healthcare system have agreed to partners of development for this project. Change is hosting it on Google’s cloud platform with Montefiore Nyack Hospital and University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, Bronson Healthcare, and UW Health, Madison Wisconsin.
IBM Watson Health has announced various innovations for AI imaging platform. Hardin Memorial Health is one of them, the first to implement Imaging Patient Synopsis that helps to deliver patient’s summary with the help of insights and analytics from patient’s records.
Konica Minolta Healthcare Americas has announced its KDR AU Advanced U-Arm along with Dynamic Digital Radiography which is an X-ray that can move. The healthcare company is also displaying its productivity and new analytics dashboards for cybersecurity tools and digital radiography.