The new patent would encompass continuous synchronization of AI findings between image integration view and diagnostic report.
Amidst all the apprehensions being held in the medical industry with inclusion of artificial intelligence, TeraRecon has recently announced receiving a landmark patent for diagnostic imaging with AI. Standing tall as the world leader for AI-driven advanced visualization solutions, TeraRecon’s recent strategic move in the market is expected to bring it positive growth opportunities in the years to come.
Now encompassing a bi-directional, interactive AI-informed reporting experience, this novel innovation is said to utilize physician activity and the work of a plurality of AI algorithms for auto-generation of consistent, accurate, and actionable clinical reports.
It has been reported that the latest recognition secures the innovation put forth by company experts by covering the physician’s AI oversight to go beyond just a static view of AI output to a fully bi-directional and interrogable interpretation experience within a pre-populated report.
Moreover, this innovation has been claimed to unlock the unrealized value from the physician’s current reporting function to support downstream activities including likes of clinical report derived actions, patient cohort selection, care coordination, optimization of the EHR, and peer review.
Commenting on the accomplishment, TeraRecon CEO, Jeff Sorenson, reportedly cited that the patent demonstrates real forethought for AI insights to be incorporated into workflows, leveraged throughout an organization, and trusted by the physicians.
He added that the interaction and evaluation of AI inputs in a physician’s diagnostic interpretation would now require more than a unique algorithm application, making the novel move much important today.
Speculations have it that the company’s end-to-end AI ecosystem, including AI interoperability platform, Eureka AI Results Explorer, and Intuition advanced visualization technologies, would be displayed during the upcoming Radiological Society of North America’s 2020 Annual Scientific Virtual Session for November 29th to December 5th, 2020.