Human insights and visionary medicine – the theme for the 2020 RSNA Annual Meeting, and the CureMetrix team aims to deliver just that – all in a virtual setting. Many of you have engaged already via the AI Test Drive Challenge and other events throughout the year, and we are excited to support you with education and information that can be applied in your practice to improve cancer detection, reduce false positives, and reduce reading time so that you can deliver a better patient experience.
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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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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.
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.
As mentioned in the July 2020 edition of DOTmed HealthCareBusiness News, CureMetrix was highlighted as a healthcare innovator for women's health and as a breast imaging product that helps with coronavirus backlog. With the COVID-19 pandemic pushing back breast cancer screenings for many patients, there is more reason than ever to bring products to the market that help radiologists manage their growing worklists.
None of us could have anticipated the COVID-19 pandemic, and due to the pause on screenings, millions of mammograms have been deferred.
COVID 19 and Radiology: There's Never Been a Better Time for AI
The COVID 19 pandemic has already overwhelmed our healthcare system, creating a ripple effect that puts additional strain on radiologists—and this will have serious impacts on breast cancer patient outcomes. In order to enforce social distancing and preserve resources for critically ill coronavirus patients, many imaging centers have put routine scheduled screening mammograms on hold for now. However, this means that those imaging centers will soon have to deal with the challenge of managing backlogs, keeping up with patient demand and ensuring accuracy in diagnosis at the same time.