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1) Portable point-of-care MR system under evaluation in neuro ICU at Yale Hospital

Yale and Hyperfine aim to bring MR to patients who cannot be moved for scans

2) Brain abnormalities found on MR scans for almost half of ICU COVID-19 patients

Validates central nervous system symptoms

3) Imaging industry urges change in reimbursement for Alzheimer’s PET scans

Advocating for changes that would increase patient access to emerging capabilities


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New research shows dose can be lowered on NICU patients without impacting image quality by using Samsung mobile X-ray system
August 11, 2020
McKee CTE staging scheme accurate in diagnosing severity, location of disease
August 11, 2020
Canon Medical Systems USA, Inc. partners with Zebra Medical Vision to further expand AI offerings
August 11, 2020
Peer-reviewed research shows Babylon's latest artificial intelligence could help doctors improve diagnosis
August 11, 2020
Strontium89 will be available as of September 2020 through named patient program for bone metastases pain palliation drug
August 11, 2020
New study reveals health systems lack visibility into exam room utilization, impacting capacity and revenue
August 11, 2020
Using models, 3D printing to study common heart defect
August 11, 2020
RadNet reports second quarter financial results
August 11, 2020
ARRT trustees take on new roles
August 11, 2020
Philips makes access to care and personalized telehealth for local communities real with Virtual Care Station
August 11, 2020


Landmark study finds Alzheimer's PET scans may not yield significant cost savings
Failure to reduce hospitalizations by 10% may hurt chances for Medicare coverage
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40% of hospitalizations of older adults with dementia could have been prevented: study
Inpatient admissions for pneumonia and heart failure could have been avoided if patients had access to high-quality outpatient care
FDA gives 4-in-1 clearance for head CT scan AI solution
Can detect intracranial bleeds, mass effect, midline shift and cranial fractures
CorTechs Labs merges with HealthLytix
Targeting earlier detection and diagnosis of certain cancers and neurodegenerative disorders
MEG wearable scanner shows accurate scans of patients in motion
Could provide insight on abnormal brain functioning in children, epilepsy patients, mental health
RSNA and ASNR create largest collection of annotated brain hemorrhage CT images
Will speed up development of algorithms for diagnosing and characterizing brain hemorrhages
MR/MEG hybrid scanner improves accuracy for cancer and brain disease detection
Could assess brain neurology, stroke and behavioral disorders
NIH gifts $6 million to design of wearable, more accurate MEG system
Will open up greater access to MEG for patients
SymphonyAI Group acquires TeraRecon
Producing new portfolio of AI solutions for medical imaging
PET scan shows widowhood can up Alzheimer's risk: study
The physiological impacts of widowhood may warrant further investigation
C. Light Technologies introduces world's first retinal eye-tracking solution for neurological assessments
Will help assess and monitor, MS, Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, ALS, concussions
Three-way collaboration to introduce radiopharmaceuticals for brain diseases
For detecting and treating Alzheimer's, Parkinsons, TBI
Imaging industry urges change in reimbursement for Alzheimer’s PET scans
Advocating for changes that would increase patient access to emerging capabilities
Visualizing heart and blood flow with total-body PET/CT in real time: VIDEO
May enable observations of multiple organ functions simultaneously
NYU and UM researchers bring optical imaging and AI to brain tumor diagnoses
Accuracy similar to manual interpretation of conventional histological images
Will focused ultrasound play a critical role in treating Alzheimer's disease?
Crossing the blood brain barrier to deliver effective therapy at RSNA