The AI in Healthcare team embarked on this survey to gain a deeper understanding of the current state of artificial and augmented intelligence in use and being planned across healthcare in the next few years. Read more

Artificial and augmented intelligence are already helping healthcare improve clinically, operationally and financially—and there is extraordinary room for growth. Success starts with leadership, vision and investment and leaders tell us they have all of the above. Read more

Here is an overview of top priorities, barriers to adoption and the mindset of leadership. Healthcare organizations are focused, creating plans and paths to make AI happen. Read more

2019 Imaging Innovation Award Winner: Reduction of Unnecessary Gadolinium-Based Contrast in Multiple Sclerosis Patients

2019 Imaging Innovation Award Winner: Standardization of Clinical Imaging Through Novel Multi-Council Development Within a Large Integrated Healthcare System

2019 Imaging Innovation Award Winner: Process Improvement for Follow-up Radiology Report Recommendations of Lung Nodules

2019 Imaging Innovation Award Winner: An Initiative to Power Clinical Decision Support with Structured Reporting of Positive Ultrasound Exams for Deep Vein Thrombosis

Artificial and augmented intelligence are poised to revolutionize healthcare and medicine. Read more

Enterprise imaging (EI) is one of the most important areas of focus in modern healthcare, especially in image-heavy specialties such as radiology and cardiology. A new webinar from the teams at  Health Exec and Change Healthcare, “Realizing the Value of Enterprise Imaging: 5 Key Strategies for Success,” examined the value of EI and why healthcare providers need to treat it so seriously. 

Aaron Green, Change Healthcare’s SVP and general manager of radiology and enterprise imaging, has watched the health IT industry go through a great deal of change over the years. Business trends have shifted, new vendors have come and gone, and groundbreaking technologies have evolved so quickly that researchers can hardly keep up.