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Improving Radiographic Fracture Detection and Reducing Reading Time Using Artificial Intelligence: A Multi-Center Study with Radiologists and Non-Radiologists in The United States
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BoneView is semifinal candidates at EuroMinnies 2022
The list of candidates for the fourth edition of the EuroMinnies awards scheme is now available, following the nominations made by the members of AuntMinnieEurope.com. A new category for radiographers has been introduced this year. Radiology’s continued response…..
VIDI and Gleamer embark on new AI partnership
France’s largest private radiology network, VIDI, has partnered with artificial intelligence (AI) software developer GLEAMER for the development of AI solutions to help in the detection of bone trauma and chest lesions by x-ray. The VIDI network, which includes 980 radiologists across 58 centers, created a commission in 2020 with
Enabling healthcare professionals with AI-enabled workflows
Christian Allouche is a serial entrepreneur and co-founder of Gleamer, a start-up that develops medical-grade AI solutions to support radiologists and emergency physicians in their daily work. A passionate professional about healthcare transformation, Christian believes in fostering the benefits of AI to usher in a new revolution within medical
RSNA 2021 – GLEAMER Sessions Agenda
📆 Sunday November 28 📍 Musculoskeletal (Artificial Intelligence (AI), Non-spine) I Session ID : SSMK03-5 ⌚ 1:00 pm-2:00 pm CST ⏩ Evaluation Of The Medical Impact Of Artificial Intelligence For Limb And Pelvic Bone Fracture Detection 🎤 Dr. Nor-Eddine Regnard, CMO, GLEAMER 📆 Monday November
AI catches missed limb, pelvic bone fractures on X-rays
An artificial intelligence (AI) algorithm can detect limb or pelvic bone fractures that were initially missed on radiographs, according to this study from France. A research team led by Dr. Nor-Eddine Regnard, a musculoskeletal radiologist and chief medical officer at AI software developer Gleamer.ai, retrospectively applied the company’s AI