GE HealthCare launched a new AI suite this week at RSNA 2023, the annual radiology and medical imaging conference in Chicago. The new product, called the MyBreastAI suite, is designed to simplify radiologists’ workflows…Continue Reading
As it is wont to do, Philips made several announcements at this year’s RSNA meeting, the annual radiology and medical imaging conference in Chicago.
Two of the company’s most notable pieces of news were that…
COPD, as the sixth leading cause of death in the US, is widely seen as a preventable epidemic. However, shortcomings in public policy and healthcare hinder access to timely and accurate diagnosis, as well…Continue Reading
Healthcare AI startup Paige is joining forces with Microsoft subsidiary Nuance to launch what they say is “the largest digital consultation network in pathology,” the companies announced Monday at RSNA 2023, the annual radiology…Continue Reading
The Biden Administration has proposed significant updates to Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 rule. The rule, Nondiscrimination on the Basis of Disability in Programs or Activities Receiving Federal Financial Assistance, updates…Continue Reading
When people think of genomics, they typically don’t visualize the primary care setting — but Northshore–Edward Elmhurst Health is trying to change that.
Genomics is a key part of the health system’s approach to personalized care…
Sepsis kills more than 11 million people worldwide each year and contributes to 20% of all global deaths. The disease is also a leading cause of death in U.S. hospitals, and a septic patient’s…Continue Reading
INVEST 2024 will be back at the Ritz Hotel in Chicago, May 21-22, and we are once again on the hunt for novel startups who will pitch LIVE in front of venture capitalist judges….Continue Reading
From left: Hubert Zajicek, Health Wildcatters CEO and co-founder; Somer Baburek, Hera Biotech CEO; and Katie Adams, MedCity News Senior Reporter.
At the MedCity INVEST Digital Health conference in Dallas, held in collaboration with Health Wildcatters,…
In late September, Exo (pronounced “echo”) introduced its handheld ultrasound device named Iris. Last week at HLTH, I stopped by the company’s booth for a demo and to hear more about how the device’s…Continue Reading