RSNA Events, Topics, Tech, and Trends in the Spotlight
Glorium Technologies proudly announces that our Account Executive, Anna Vozna, and Startup Success Manager, Yana Lobosok, represented the company at Annual Meeting in Chicago, from November 26 to November 30. This event was marked by innovation and insights into the future of radiology. Their attendance underscores our commitment to staying at the forefront of radiological technology and AI trends.
Educational and Insightful Sessions
The RSNA 2023 has already been a hive of activity, with numerous educational sessions, plenary sessions, and special programs. Our team has been mainly engaged with the technical exhibit booths, which offer a deep dive into the latest products and features from leading companies like Agfa, FUJIFILM, Bracco, etc.
The depth and variety of sessions here offer unparalleled insight into the future of radiology software, making it a crucial experience for us at Glorium Technologies. These insights are invaluable as we continue to develop cutting-edge AI healthcare software, aiming to revolutionize patient care and diagnostic accuracy in radiology.
Account Executive, Glorium Technologies
Keynote Highlights: Embracing AI and Leadership
One of the event’s highlights was the enlightening plenary session by Elizabeth S. Burnside. Her presentation, “Leading through Technology: Valuing Human and Artificial Intelligence,” provided critical insights into the intersection of AI and healthcare. Burnside, a renowned figure at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, emphasized the balance between AI advancements and human intelligence, especially in radiology.
The framework for AI implementation in radiology aligns with our approach at Glorium. It’s about enhancing quality, efficiency, and equity in healthcare through technology. This approach streamlines radiological practices and ensures that patient care remains at the forefront of technological advancements. It’s about creating a synergy between technology and healthcare professionals to optimize patient outcomes.
Startup Success Manager, Glorium Technologies
AI in Radiology: A Focus on Quality, Efficiency, and Equity
Dr. Burnside’s session delved into the crucial role of AI in radiology, addressing concerns about over-reliance on AI and highlighting the importance of situational leadership in this rapidly evolving field. She presented an interesting analogy using Abraham Lincoln, illustrating the value of diverse perspectives and collaboration.
Her discussion also included insights from a recent study by her colleagues at UW-Madison. Though still under review, this study points out three key benefits of AI in radiology: enhancing quality and efficiency, reducing burnout, and promoting equity.
Guiding the Future of Radiology Software
In guiding the path forward for radiology professionals, Dr. Burnside referenced a pivotal article from the RSNA journal, which provides a framework for implementing clinical AI in radiology. This framework emphasizes local performance, scientific evidence, bias, costs, and impact on workflow and patients.
Engaging in Discussions with Healthcare Startups
Our representatives had the opportunity to meet with startups like CureMetrix, RemedyLogic, icometrix, and Paragon Health IT, discussing the transformative role of AI in radiology.
CureMetrix: This startup focuses on AI-based products and research for medical image analysis, particularly in mammography. They aim to provide radiologists with objective, data-driven tools to enhance clinical outcomes and patient care efficiency.
RemedyLogic: Scaling access to quality clinical decision-making in Musculoskeletal care, RemedyLogic combines top medical expertise into software that surpasses even expert physicians in decision-making accuracy, as confirmed by peer-reviewed studies.
icometrix: Specializing in data-driven insights and personalized patient care with AI support, icometrix offers a range of AI solutions. They have developed tools like icobrain for brain imaging analysis and icompanion, a digital platform for monitoring clinical symptoms in neurological disorders. icometrix is integrated into over 100 clinical practices worldwide and collaborates extensively in drug research for neurological disorders.
Paragon Health IT: With extensive experience in healthcare IT and imaging, Paragon Health IT offers Strings, a comprehensive solution for real-time enterprise imaging workflow, application, and infrastructure monitoring. Their approach is to unify and enhance healthcare delivery through professional services and advanced technology.
Glorium Technologies: At the Forefront of Innovation
At Glorium Technologies, Anna Vozna and Yana Lobosok’s presence at the RSNA Annual Meeting is more than just participation – it’s a commitment to being at the edge of advancements in healthcare. Their insights and experiences from this event will undoubtedly contribute to our ongoing efforts to innovate and lead in the healthcare technology space.