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The Benefits of Digital Image Sharing for Pathologists

Digital image sharing means faster diagnosis, more collaboration, and better visual data for pathologists   Key Takeaways:   Digital image sharing has become standard in labs worldwide because of its numerous advantages, including improved patient outcomes Sharing pathology images digitally means they get where they need to be when they are needed Worldwide collaboration is…

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How Digital Image Sharing Saves Lives and Improves Patient Outcomes

While patient journeys can involve different healthcare settings, digital image sharing ensures healthcare services are well-coordinated and lead to the best possible results   Key Takeaways:   Technology-enabled care provides the means to share vital information quickly, which improves patient outcomes Sharing images with patients gives them a much better understanding of the health issue…

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What You Need to Know About the Recent FDA Device Reclassification and Medical Imaging

The FDA has amended the classification of medical imaging devices and functions, including PACS.    Key Takeaways:   The changes enacted by the 21st Century Cure Act have resulted in alteration of the legal definition of “device”  The eight FDA device reclassifications so far affect image storage devices, picture archiving and communication systems (PACS), and…

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Are You Storing Patient Images Securely? It’s More Complicated Than You Think.

Hackers are everywhere and increasingly sophisticated. Cloud PACS keep your images safe.   Key Takeaways Many doctors’ offices disregard security best practices and connect their PACS servers directly to the internet without a password These unprotected servers not only expose medical imaging but also patient personal health information Exposed medical information puts patients at greater…

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Patient-Specific Digital 3D Anatomical Modeling Tech Is Now Virtually Mandatory

Patient-specific 3D anatomical modeling is your pathway to better surgical outcomes   Key Takeaways:   Patient-specific 3D anatomical models help surgeons better understand and plan surgeries Technology can now help us easily create patient-specific anatomical models by using MRI and CT scans Every patient needs individual attention before and during surgery, and patient-specific 3D anatomical…