Last year, HealthMyne, launched as an innovator in the emerging field of Quantitative Imaging Decision Support (QIDS)™ during the Radiological Society of North America’s Scientific Assembly Annual Meeting. Our team returned this year to showcase how the HealthMyne Platform enables Radiologists to accelerate clinical reads and elevate the quality and impact of their diagnostic reports by delivering quantitative metrics and downstream clinical decision support to referring physicians.
During the show, two thought leaders within the industry conducted presentations:
- Robert Gillies, Ph.D. of Moffitt Cancer Center delivered an informative presentation on what radiology will look like in the future, weaving in his expertise in the world of quantitative imaging, also known as Radiomics. Click here to watch his recording.
- Linda Peitzman has over 25 years of experience building clinical decision support (CDS) into healthcare IT systems in addition to her time as a family medicine and ER practitioner. Click here to watch a recording and learn how innovative technology is set to deliver real CDS, going beyond appropriateness criteria, allowing you to play a bigger role in precision medicine programs and the multi-disciplinary care of your patients.
“Every day, Radiologists confirm to us that they are ready to enhance their ability to efficiently leverage existing clinical systems information and generate new quantitative metrics within the primary read,” said Arvind Subramanian, President and CEO of HealthMyne. “We’re at an exciting turning point in our industry and we’re proud to be at the forefront, making QIDS accessible to our partners and changing outcomes for cancer patients – ultimately, that’s why we’re so committed to the work we do.”
As an extension of that commitment, HealthMyne donated $25 to Gilda’s Club of Madison for every demo conducted during the show. The team is proud to donate $2,000 this year.