by John R. Fischer
, Senior Reporter | March 16, 2022
"The combination with Siemens Healthineers' products will provide additional capabilities across two dimensions: first, pathology data will be de-siloed by making it available and actionable outside the pathology department and throughout the patient journey. Second, Siemens Healthineers' capabilities in universal data management will allow to standardize data storage across departments, managing all data in one place and reducing cost of ownership," David West, CEO of Proscia, told HCB News.
Both companies expect Concentriq Dx with Syngo Carbon to create a best-of-breed solution that can digitize pathology operations at scale alongside diagnostic radiology imaging for healthcare enterprises.
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Most recently, Siemens formed another partnership with AI developer Cerebriu
that will see the company's Smart Protocol for Brain technology added to Siemens' MR systems for neuroimaging. The software will perform in-process detection and protocol automation to personalize the imaging experience for patients.
The integration is expected to offer technologists the ability to perform real-time adaptation for scanning protocols during imaging, without interrupting the radiologist, and provide them with the right data at the right time to make accurate diagnoses for different conditions.Back to HCB News