Artificial Intelligence: GE Healthcare Launches AI-Powered, Cloud Imaging Solution For Radiologists

August 10, 2021 | Artificial Intelligence, News

Edison True PACS makes it easy for radiologists to do remote reading anytime, anywhere.

GE Healthcare has launched Edison True PACS, a diagnostic imaging and workflow solution designed to make life easier for radiologists. A rising demand for imaging scans, an acute shortage of radiologists amid burnouts and retirements, and the high capital and IT costs of equipment have put healthcare enterprises under enormous pressure. Edison True PACS (Picture Archive and Communication System) is offered to address these problems. (BusinessWire)

Girish Muralidharan, Senior Vice President & General Manager, Enterprise Imaging Solutions, GE Healthcare said Edison True PACS can “help transform patient care through accessible, sharable, and secure imaging data while simultaneously improving clinical and operational efficiencies.”

Edison True PACS

Edison True PACS from GE Healthcare has the following attributes:

  • Next generation, AWS cloud-based enterprise imaging system
  • Offered as a cloud-hosted or subscription solution
  • AI-enabled decision making based on market-leading database
  • Especially attractive for small imaging centers and community hospitals
  • A timelier and more affordable way to access AI-enabled decision support applications…
  • …and intelligent workflow automation
  • Web-based diagnostic viewer
  • Zero-footprint clinical viewer
  • AI algorithms created for multiple diagnostic tasks
  • Diagnostic reading, exam workflow, AI, 3D post processing, enterprise visualization and archiving all in a single platform

“From our perspective, Edison True PACS will save a tremendous amount of money on our data storage, as not having to host PACS on-site is going to be a significant reduction on that spend,” noted Richard Duemmling, Chief of Business Operations at Neuro Imaging Winter Park, a medical diagnostic imaging center in Florida.. “Not having to store back-ups and duplicates on-site benefits us by taking workload off of our production team.”

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