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Kitware to Develop Novel Neuroimage Processing Methods for Traumatic Brain Injury

Press Release | Kitware, Inc. | January 23, 2013

The NIH-funded project will investigate new methods for better assessing Traumatic Brain Injury.
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Kitware-Leading Open Health Company-Ranked 1245 on the 2012 Inc. 5000 List

Press Release | Kitware | August 24, 2012

Inc. Magazine this week announced the 2012 Inc. 500|5000 list, an exclusive ranking of the nation's fastest-growing private companies. Kitware ranked #1245 overall, with three year revenue growth of 248%. The list represents the most comprehensive look at the most important segment of the economy—America’s independent entrepreneurs. Unified Payments tops this year’s list. Read More »

Medical Imaging in the Cloud: A Conversation About eMix

Andy Oram | O'Reilly Radar | January 16, 2012

Over the past few weeks I've been talking to staff at DR Systems about medical imaging in the cloud. DR Systems boasts of offering the first cloud solution for sharing medical images, called eMix. Read More »

Medweb PACS Bi-directional Web Interface Powers DoD/VA EMR Interoperability

Press Release | Medweb | December 2, 2013

Medweb announced today the successful implementation of the Medweb Multi PACS query engine and viewer that links to multiple PACS systems throughout the Department of Defense (DoD) and Veteran Affairs (VA). [...] Read More »

NIH To Appoint Chief Data Official

Joseph Marks | Nextgov | January 10, 2013

The National Institutes of Health plans to recruit a new associate director to examine the potential for vast new troves of biomedical research data related to genomics, imaging, and electronic health records, the institute said Thursday. Read More »

OHSU, Intel Partner On Genetics

Bernie Monegain | Healthcare IT News | April 22, 2013

Oregon Health & Science University and Intel Corp. are teaming up to develop next-generation computing technologies that advance the field of personalized medicine by dramatically increasing the speed, precision and cost-effectiveness of analyzing a patient's individual genetic profile. Read More »

Open Digital Science Journal Gains Users

The medical image community embraced open source as a standard practice back in 2000, with the adoption of the Insight Toolkit (ITK). ITK is sponsored by the US National Library of Medicine and was built as a C++ library. It is the equivalent to a usable encyclopedia of image processing algorithms... Read More »

Open-source PACS Software Offers Viable Alternative

Staff Writer | OnRad Inc. | August 26, 2011

If in-house IT support is available, open-source PACS software and virtual computing technology may offer a reasonable option for digital image management for some institutions, according to researchers from the University of Patras in Rion, Greece. Read More »

OsiriX 5.0 – 3D medical image processing software with DICOM/PACS support.. (Open Source)

Staff | MacSaving | August 11, 2012

OsiriX has been specifically designed for navigation and visualization of multimodality and multidimensional images: 2D Viewer, 3D Viewer, 4D Viewer (3D series with temporal dimension...

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Perspective: HIE, 'Omics' And Personalized Medicine

Anthony Brino | Government Health IT | April 26, 2013

Oregon Health & Science University and Intel are partnering on a genomics computing project that’s very much following IBM's Watson in its processing largess and medical ambition — a sign of the evolving relationships between patients, doctors and computers, and also, pretty much, health information exchange applied scientifically. Read More »

Public Access 3-D Viewer Puts Supernova Remnant Into The Hands Of The People

Tamarra Kemsley | Nature World News | November 16, 2013

NASA and the Smithsonian Institution have teamed up to allow people everywhere to interact with a 3-D version of one of the sky's most famous objects, known as the Cassiopeia A supernova remnant. Read More »

RSNA Building an Open Repository of COVID-19 Imaging Data

Press Release | Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) | March 30, 2020

The medical imaging community around the world is uniting to help address the COVID-19 pandemic. The Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) continues to build on its extensive body of COVID-19 research and education resources, announcing a new initiative to build a COVID-19 Imaging Data Repository. The open data repository will compile images and correlative data from institutions, practices and societies around the world to create a comprehensive source for COVID-19 research and education efforts. The image hosting, annotation and analysis framework will enable researchers to understand epidemiological trends and to generate new AI algorithms to assist with COVID-19 disease detection, differentiation from other pneumonias and quantification of lung involvement on CT for prognosis or therapy planning.

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RSNA Launches International COVID-19 Open Radiology Database

Press Release | Radiological Society of North America (RSNA), RSNA COVID-19 AI Task Force | June 25, 2020

The Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) and the RSNA COVID-19 AI Task Force today announced the launch of the RSNA International COVID-19 Open Radiology Database (RICORD). RICORD is envisioned as the largest open database of anonymized COVID-19 medical images in the world. More than 200 institutions around the world have expressed their interest in participating. The database will include supporting clinical information and expert annotations. It will be freely available to the global research and education communities.

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The Doctor’s Best Use Of The Tablet

Michael J. Koriwchak | Wired EMR Practice | August 27, 2013

I recently reviewed the Epocrates 2013 Mobile Trends report.  The study has a somewhat unusual participant profile, consisting only of primary care, 3 medical specialties and no surgical specialties; nonetheless the observations are probably close to the mark and are consistent with my experience with my first tablet a couple of years ago. Read More »

The Impact of Open Source in the Healthcare Industry in 2014

Luis Ibáñez | | December 26, 2014

Healthcare is one of the most urgent socioeconomic issues of our time. This year, saw a variety of news and feature stories about applying the open source way and open source software (including tools) to alleviating the many problems faced by the healthcare industry. Here are this year's best of the best from in open health.

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