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Medic Vision develops AI-assisted solution that enables an increase in MR efficiency with the support of May-Blum-Dahl Technion

Press releases may be edited for formatting or style | May 09, 2023 Artificial Intelligence MRI
May 7, 2023 – Medic Vision, a leading provider of AI-assisted medical imaging solutions, has inaugurated the activity of the May-Blum-Dahl Technion Human MRI Research Center (TecH MRC). This center aims to advance the field of MRI imaging research. With the support of the Technion's state-of-the-art facilities, Medic Vision has been able to continue improving iQMR, their MRI image enhancement flagship product.

"The development of advanced AI-assisted technologies for medical imaging is essential in improving healthcare delivery and patient outcomes," said Prof. Haim Azhari, Dean of the Technion's Department of Biomedical Engineering. "We are delighted to inaugurate launch the TecH MRC activity with the important project developed by Medic Vision."

The academic director of TecH MRC, Dr. Moti Freiman, stated: "We are happy to set the stage for making great discoveries and to support industry players in their development of new technologies. We are proud to support Medic Vision in their efforts to enhance MRI efficiency and productivity. In addition to Medic Vision, there are several other industry players that are looking forward to the center's support, and we are excited to collaborate with them to advance the field of MRI imaging."
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iQMR® is already recognized as an innovative solution in the medical imaging industry, offering vendor neutral, AI-assisted MRI image enhancement. The system enables 40% faster MRI scans and a 35% increase in productivity while maintaining and even enhancing image quality. The FDA-cleared solution is a centralized network-based add-on system that connects to all MRI scanners via the DICOM network.

Gil Shetrit, Medic Vision CEO: "We are grateful to the Technion’s Human MRI Research Center for their invaluable contribution to our research and development. We continuously strive to improve our technology, as we remain committed to offering advanced tools and AI solutions that address the challenges faced by the medical imaging industry.

The Imaging market is adopting advanced tools, to overcome the manpower shortage and the economic challenges it faces. As we learned from numerous iQMR implementation projects around the world, AI solutions can be used for this purpose.”

Medic Vision is the leading innovator of vendor-independent, image enhancement, productivity, and compliance solutions for CT and MRI scanners. Its FDA-cleared innovative products are based on machine-learning-assisted iterative reconstruction algorithms and are in clinical use at over 500 U.S. hospitals and imaging centers.

The May-Blum-Dahl Technion Human MRI Research Center (TecH MRC), operated by the Faculty of Biomedical Engineering, was established in 2023 at the Technion’s main campus in Neve Sha’anan. The center provides state-of-the-art MR equipment, infrastructure, and expertise for the development and application of MRI methodology, and is open to investigators from the industry, academic community, and research laboratories.

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