Medical Imaging

Tony Gallagher, Director of Noninvasive Services, Baptist Health Lexington

Leveraging Artificial Intelligence to address pitfalls of modern Echocardiography

By Tony Gallagher, Director of Noninvasive Services, Baptist Health Lexington As healthcare steamrolls down the path of artificial Intelligence, we ...
Steven Blumer, Associate Medical Director of Radiology Informatics, UPMC

Why the Pace of Clinical Adoption of AI in Medical Imaging Has Been Slow

By Steven Blumer, Associate Medical Director of Radiology Informatics, UPMC There has been much hype surrounding the potential of AI ...
Jonathan Richardson, Network Imaging Director, Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist

Spect-CT: The Challenges of a Rapidly Growing Asset in Nuclear Medicine

By Jonathan Richardson, Network Imaging Director, Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist Spect-CT has been in the nuclear medicine world for ...
Eddie Myers, Crothall Healthcare Director of Cybersecurity

Tackling Cybersecurity for Medical Devices

By Eddie Myers, Crothall Healthcare Director of Cybersecurity (Healthcare Technology Solutions Division) The rapid digitization of the healthcare industry has ...
Sean Maraj, Director, Imaging Services, Northwell Health

Emerging Technologies Transforming Medical Imaging: Challenges and Impacts

By Sean Maraj, Director, Imaging Services, Northwell Health As a Director of Imaging Services at one of the Northeast’s largest ...
Blair LaVake, Director, Cardiology, UPMC

4D Flow Cardiac MRI: Coming to a Town Near You

By Blair LaVake, Director, Cardiology, UPMC Advancements in cardiac imaging are like Oscar nominations for Meryl Streep… they are constant ...

RamSoft’s Groundbreaking AI Integration Solutions for Medical Imaging and Patient-Centric Solutions

The global medical imaging industry is experiencing remarkable growth and transformation. According to the Data Bridge Market Research's Global Medical ...

The Rise of AI in Medical Imaging: A New Era of Personalized Care

The global medical imaging market is witnessing remarkable growth, projected to reach a staggering valuation of $68.8 billion by 2030, fueled by a compelling compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 5.8% from 2021 to 2030. In this thrilling expedition, the Asia-Pacific region takes the lead, promising the highest growth rate as it embraces a new era of medical imaging with groundbreaking applications. This is attributed to its increased number of hospitals, demand for early diagnosis, rising prevalence of cancer and cardiac diseases, and a growing geriatric population fostering a new era of medical imaging with innovative and life-changing applications.

Meanwhile, the COVID-19 pandemic has ignited an unprecedented surge in AI technologies within the healthcare sector, propelling the AI-driven medical imaging market to a staggering $2.3 billion in 2022. Leveraging AI and radiomics with X-rays and CT scans has led to enhanced imaging tools for identifying and tracking COVID-19 cases, and hospitals like Zhongnan Hospital in China have successfully employed AI to decipher CT scans and recognize COVID-19 symptoms when human radiologists were unavailable.

As diseases become more prevalent, diagnostic procedures have surged, driving the demand for AI-driven medical imaging solutions. With cutting-edge developments like integrated AI software for imaging devices, such as MRI or CT scanners, and the integration of smartphone technology in medical imaging. AI-based medical imaging offers patients earlier detection, better diagnosis, and personalized care, contributing to the widespread adoption in high-income nations where the market holds a significant share of 58.6% attributed to deep learning technology.

In particular, the Natural language processing (NLP) segment is expected to witness remarkable growth, owing to its use in popular fields of machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI) within healthcare. As NLP technology continues to evolve, it plays a pivotal role in everything from disease diagnosis to drug discovery. The integration of computer vision in NLP healthcare enables faster and more precise findings from examinations, scans, and screenings, outperforming human capabilities in specific scenarios.

In this Medical Imaging issue, we have featured articles and interviews with experts who have shared insights on the latest trends and advancements in medical imaging technology. They have discussed the potential of AI and machine learning, the importance of personalized medicine, and the challenges and opportunities healthcare providers face. By staying abreast of these trends and embracing innovative technologies, the medical imaging industry can continue to improve patient care, enhance diagnostic accuracy, and drive advancements in healthcare.