New imaging systems driven by AI will reduce radiologist burnout
As the demand for medical imaging continues to dramatically rise, and as the complexities from the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic likely roll into the new year adding to an already overwhelming workload, many radiologists are facing a tipping point.
Worldwide, hospitals are performing 3.6 billion imaging procedures and producing 50 petabytes of data annually. And the burden of collecting, reading, and processing this data falls on radiologists, who amid mounting pressures, struggle to find timely and efficient methods to get their work done.
As GE Healthcare…