HealthMyne Debuts QIDS; Donates to Local Support Group

December 14, 2016 | Press Release

HealthMyne successfully introduced its Quantitative Imaging Decision Support (QIDS)™ software platform at the annual meeting of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) in Chicago, Ill.

The FDA-cleared QIDS (pronounced “quids”) software platform combines imaging data with electronic medical records, radiation therapy and other clinical systems information to provide clinical decision support in the primary read. Currently focused on radiology and oncology, with planned expansion into other specialties, QIDS is uniquely designed to positively impact clinical productivity and prepare radiologists for the transition to Value-Based Payment.

“Radiologists who efficiently leverage existing clinical systems information and generate new quantitative metrics within the primary read will thrive in the Value-Based world,” said Arvind Subramanian, President and CEO of HealthMyne. “By automatically providing quantitative data not currently available in the routine clinical workflow, HealthMyne is significantly enhancing collaboration between radiologists and oncologists to deliver precise patient management.”

At RSNA, HealthMyne’s team was honored to meet hundreds of radiologists, oncologists, administrators, and technology professionals from across the world, gathering feedback on the QIDS platform and building the company’s relationships within the healthcare industry.

“We were truly energized by both the volume and the value of the conversations we had during the event,” said Subramanian. “Seeing the excitement around our product motivates us to finish 2016 on a high note and allows us to enter 2017 with significant tailwind.”

As part of its commitment to social responsibility, HealthMyne pledged to make a $25 donation to Gilda’s Club of Madison, Wisconsin, for each demo given of the QIDS platform at the RSNA meeting. Named for original “Saturday Night Live” cast member Gilda Radner, Gilda’s Club provides emotional support, education and hope for children and adults affected by cancer. The HealthMyne team provided demos to 78 RSNA attendees and will be donating a total of $1,950 to Gilda’s Club.

For HealthMyne Contact:
Neal Miller
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