Alyssa Watanabe, MD, FACR

Alyssa Watanabe, MD, FACR
Assistant Professor at USC Keck School of Medicine and Chief Medical Officer for CureMetrix

Recent Posts

Why Should Mammogram Patients Trust AI?

Posted by Alyssa Watanabe, MD, FACR on Sep 24, 2020 4:44:35 PM

 

Artificial intelligence (AI) is quickly becoming a mainstay in radiology, and it’s helping doctors read mammograms more accurately than ever. AI is no replacement for an expert radiologist, but it is a highly trained, sensitive tool that can pick up subtle differences the human eye might miss.

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Topics: radiology, AI, breast cancer, mammogram, cmTriage, artificial intelligence, mammography, screening, CAD, AI-CAD, Deep Learning, Machine Learning, breast cancer awareness, Athena

Special Program SOLD OUT from Dr. László Tabár

Posted by Alyssa Watanabe, MD, FACR on Sep 8, 2020 4:30:23 PM

 

 

 

SOLD OUT - For This Event

 

You want confidence in your mammography reading and need continuing education to keep you up to date and your skills keen. To support you with both of these, Ikonopedia and CureMetrix are pleased to support you with a special hands-on, interactive program featuring the renowned Dr. László Tabár – and that offers 4 CMEs.

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Topics: radiology, AI, breast cancer, mammogram, cmTriage, artificial intelligence, mammography, screening, CAD, AI-CAD, Deep Learning, Machine Learning

Why are Radiologists Embracing AI? Performance Building Trust

Posted by Alyssa Watanabe, MD, FACR on Aug 27, 2020 4:21:45 PM

 

Computer-Aided Detection (CAD) software has been a fixture in digital imaging centers in the U.S. since the late 1990s. While it’s been widely implemented in the U.S., studies have shown that traditional CAD systems lack specificity and display numerous false flags that are distracting and rarely beneficial. 

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Topics: radiology, AI, breast cancer, mammogram, cmTriage, artificial intelligence, mammography, screening, CAD, AI-CAD, Deep Learning, Machine Learning

What Criteria Do You Need to Adopt AI Into Your Radiology Practice?

Posted by Alyssa Watanabe, MD, FACR on Nov 20, 2019 2:24:54 PM

Artificial Intelligence (AI) has arrived in radiology and is quickly moving from the lab to clinical use. A recent survey shows that healthcare executives are not only embracing the use of artificial intelligence, they’re making budgetary plans to bring the technology into their organizations.

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Topics: News, radiology, artifical intelligence

What do Siri and self-driving cars have to do with your mammogram and peace of mind?

Posted by Alyssa Watanabe, MD, FACR on Oct 29, 2019 9:53:00 AM

Artificial Intelligence assists doctors and empowers patients

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Topics: News, Cancer Detection, artifical intelligence