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Jefferson Radiology cuts MR scan time with image reconstruction

by Gus Iversen, Editor in Chief | May 19, 2023
Business Affairs MRI
GE HealthCare's AIR Recon DL deep-learning technology for MR image reconstruction
Jefferson Radiology, a leading radiology practice in Connecticut, is adding Air Recon DL to its GE HealthCare MR units to speed up exams and improve patient experience.

The deep learning image reconstruction technology is currently available at two locations, and is expected to be up and running at three more locations by the end of July.

"Through this groundbreaking MR technology, we're proud to offer our patients more efficient exams without compromising accuracy and quality of our diagnostic services," said Dr. Ethan Foxman, president of Jefferson Radiology. "Our commitment to providing exceptional patient care is at the core of everything we do, and this technological advancement is a testament to that."
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AIR Recon DL received FDA approval in May of 2020.

"Conventional post processing-based approaches require trade-offs," Jason Polzin, GM of Applications and Workflow, told HCB News at that time. "AIR Recon DL is unique because it speeds up and improves nearly every exam type with no compromise."

AIR Recon DL uses raw data to reconstruct images and is equipped with a unique intelligent ringing suppression that preserves fine image details, thereby addressing noise and ringing. It also seamlessly integrates into clinical workflow to generate AIR Recon DL images in real time at the operator’s console, and has been tested on thousands of cases across a wide range of anatomies and patient demographics.

Jefferson Radiology provides diagnostic imaging and interventional services to patients at hospitals and outpatient centers in Connecticut and Massachusetts. Jefferson Radiology was acquired by MEDNAX in 2017, which was acquired by Radiology Partners in late 2020 for $885 million.

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