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The future of MR

September 08, 2020
MRI
From the September 2020 issue of HealthCare Business News magazine

Enhancing clinical confidence
Applying artificial intelligence in image analysis and reporting, for automated and enhanced clinical decision support, is getting strong traction in MR and other imaging modalities as well. For MR specifically, quantitative techniques, such as MR-STAT, being developed with University Medical Center Utrecht (the Netherlands), are an important area of innovation.

Dr. Arjen Radder
By combining smart acquisition schemes and machine-assisted reconstruction, it’s possible to deliver multiple quantitative MR parameters in one fast single scan. For MR this will be a fundamental shift — from MR as images, to MR as a combination of images and data, resulting in more objective, quantified outcomes, all supporting a definitive diagnosis for each patient.

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Applying the industry’s innovation power through the lens of the Quadruple Aim is guiding the future of MR, a future of improved outcomes, greater efficiency, and a better experience for both patients and staff.

About the author: Dr. Arjen Radder is the general manager for MR at Philips.

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