A Thank You To Our Partners in Healthcare

By: Elad Benjamin

As we get ready to head out to the annual Radiology Society of North America (RSNA) conference, we’re excited to be profiled in their new Machine Learning Showcase along with our two partners, Google and Carestream. Even more so, the team here at Zebra Medical Vision is feeling very fortunate that so many partners have already come forward to integrate our technology into their PACS viewers.

When we started developing our technology years ago, we always looked forward to implementing our technology across platforms and actually get it into the hands of radiologists around the world. Within the last month, not only have we been able to introduce a new model into the healthcare field but we’ve also been able to work with the companies below to make our algorithms help radiologists and patients everywhere. We could not be more thankful for these collaborations and look forward to working closely with these partners for years to come, as we build out more and more of our algorithms.

Each of these partners are integrating our Radiology Assistant and package of algorithms into their PACS viewers:

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  • Google on eUnity PACS viewer (on Google Health Cloud)

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  • Mach7 on eUnity PACS viewer

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  • Telerad on Telerad’s PACS viewer

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  • Carestream on CS PACS

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  • NTT on Visage and Calgary Scientific PACS workstations

 

Hope to see all these teams at the conference to thank them in-person. And for those teams we haven’t yet partnered with, we look forward to seeing you and discussing our collaborations to come. See you in Chicago!

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