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  1. IBM, Nuance partnership to focus on 'Doctor Watson'

    ... Learning capabilities with Nuance's speech recognition and Clinical Language Understanding (CLU) technologies for the diagnosis and ... portfolio. Topic Category:  Health IT Author Reference:  Lisa Fratt ...

    trimedstaff - 2014-05-27 21:04

  2. Health IT Best Practices: Innovation In the Trenches

    CMIO's second annual Health IT Top Trends Survey, conducted last summer, found that the top health IT implementation priorities of clinical decision support and quality improvement/reporting tools tied for the ... the optimization that HITECH was designed to foster. "Clinical decision support (CDS) is an area in its relative infancy in the ...

    dcaparco - 2014-05-27 21:04

  3. PACS & RIS Dominate RSNA

    ... geared to the orthopedics market. Vendors are making it easier for radiology departments and imaging centers to cross the last ... integration of STATdx with Sectra PACS to provide diagnostic clinical decision support to radiologists and other physicians at the ...

    trimedstaff - 2014-05-27 21:04

  4. NLP Tackles Unstructured Data

    ... says Rasu B. Shrestha, MD, MBA, vice president of medical IT and medical director of interoperability and imaging informatics at UPMC. ... the front end, the capabilities of NLP then flow through the clinical process. Other organizations, such as Adventist Health System ...

    dcaparco - 2014-05-27 21:04

  5. ACC survey looks at impact of information on practice

    ... a look at the impact and utilization of information from the clinical perspective at the point of care, where digital access is as common as ... overwhelming. Furthermore, 66 percent of cardiologists said it is difficult to balance efficiency and quality of care. Most ...

    jcadet - 2014-05-27 21:04

  6. Making Work Flow

    ... to get physicians out of post-processing tasks, mastering clinical applications to maximize usage, and utilizing standardized protocols. ... human interaction prior to diagnosis. But in the meantime, it’s all about fine-tuning workflow. Orchestrating technology, physicians, ...

    trimedstaff - 2014-05-27 21:04

  7. Cancer in Women: The Promise for Personalized Treatment

    ... with the right treatment at the right time. Whether it is for breast cancer or ovarian cancer, molecular imaging allows for an ... sites. PET/CT also is very effective in patients with clinical suspicion of recurrent disease. For cervical cancer, PET/CT is ...

    jhill - 2014-05-27 21:04

  8. 4D Ultrasound: Seeing is Believing

    ... on a monitor. “When we went to the fourth dimension, it was apparent that we had an early diagnosis of conjoined twins,” says ... Volume sonography is proving to have significant clinical utility in improving diagnostic efficiencies, as well as helping to ...

    trimedstaff - 2014-05-27 21:04

  9. Imaging Diabetics in the U.S.: Cost Remains PETs Final Barrier

    ... cases, 5.7 million are classified as undiagnosed. “It is particularly important to stratify risk in patients who potentially have ... of statins. Which modality is best? The most recent clinical guidelines specify that SPECT MPI is considered the appropriate test ...

    chunter - 2014-05-27 21:04

  10. FDA: Parkinson's drug may have possible risk of heart failure

    ... The FDA has evaluated a pooled analysis of randomized clinical trials and found that heart failure was more frequent with Mirapex ... with Mirapex use; however, the study's limitations made it difficult to determine whether excess heart failure was related to Mirapex ...

    jcadet - 2014-05-27 21:04

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