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Overcoming one of the biggest MR imaging challenges … scan time

HyperSense, an industry-first new high-speed MRI scanning technique, is making it possible to reduce scan time by 30-50%. It takes about half an hour to scan a patient’s brain, shoulder, spine [...]

From Video Games To 3D Printing: 5 advancements that are already changing healthcare today for radiologists and clinicians

These game-changers may improve healthcare… and in some cases already are The radiologist holds a plastic model of her patient’s heart in the palm of her hand, complete with its unique [...]

Putting Control Of Mammograms In Women’s Hands, Literally

A first-in-industry mammogram with a remote control device addresses pain and anxiety by allowing women to adjust their own compression The best chance of catching breast cancer early is with mammography. [...]

Rowing for Gold: What it Takes to be an Olympic Doctor

Dr. Richard Budgett OBE, Medical and Scientific Director of the International Olympic Committee, on what it takes to be an Olympic doctor It takes a certain something to be an Olympic [...]

What’s Small, Agile, Fast, and at the Olympic Games, but Not a Gymnast?

Answer – a portable ultrasound system When athletes are injured, a fast and precise diagnosis is key. This was a priority for Dr. Hongjin Shim, the second head of PyeongChang Mountain [...]

Breast Cancer Survivors on a Mission to Inform All Women of This Critical Breast Health Issue

Informing women if they have dense breasts may empower them to ask for additional screening, which could unveil hidden cancer. Breast cancer is rampant in Jan’s family. Her mom was diagnosed [...]

How a Healthcare Olympic Record was Broken in Rio

Hard work and talent combine with medical technology to shatter world records during the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. A final Olympic record was broken in Rio de Janeiro, host of the first [...]

Winter is Here… But Are Our Athletes Ready?

A Q&A with Dr. YoungHee Lee, Chief Medical Officer for the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Winter Games, on how the Olympians will be kept in peak condition. One of the greatest sporting [...]

In a Heartbeat: This Tool is Cutting Down the Clicks in Cardiology Care

How software designed for cardiologists, with cardiologists, is helping to decrease reporting time and complexity Globally, cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) account for 31 percent of all deaths. Among Americans, approximately one person [...]

Olympic Athletes Need Precision, Now They Can Have Precision Health

A new analytics tool will help provide information to clinicians to help them predict injury and illness and personalize treatment for the 2,900 athletes competing at the Olympic Winter Games Metrics matter in [...]

The trend-spotting that reduced surgeries for the U.S. women’s wrestling team by 60 percent year over year

The best in athletics meets the best in technology   In the 1960 Olympic Games, when the Electronic Medical Record (EMR) did not yet exist, athletes would travel to compete in [...]

Manufacturing medical marvels: How a new cell therapy platform helps scale up manufacturing to reach more patients

Cell therapy manufacturing has been a complex, challenging and costly process, but a new manufacturing solution seeks to change that In August 2016, doctors gave 33-year-old Nicole Gularte three to four [...]
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