Imagen’s FDA-cleared AI software, FractureDetect, designed to detect fractures in musculoskeletal radiographs, improves clinicians’ accuracy at diagnosing fractures. Clinical testing showed that both clinicians with extensive training in musculoskeletal imaging and clinicians with limited training in musculoskeletal imaging were significantly more accurate when assisted by FractureDetect.
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Imagen’s proprietary Artificial Intelligence (AI) software empowers physicians with immediate, accurate results and enables comprehensive diagnostic reports.
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Select Medical Leadership
Howard Kessler, MD
Serge Sicular, MD
Human-Powered Machine Learning
Imagen’s proprietary, FDA-cleared Machine Learning software immediately detects and documents findings, allowing for diagnosis and treatment in a single, seamless patient visit.
Automated preliminary results allow customer physicians to immediately transact on results and allow Imagen’s U.S. based, board-certified specialists to deliver high-quality final reports.
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Improve accuracy, with FDA clinical trial results for Imagen’s chest X-ray software reducing clinician misses of life-threatening cases by 73%.
Documentation allows for early intervention and ruling out ER visits, which reduce subsequent hospital admissions.
38% of patients reported having anxiety while waiting for imaging results. Imagen is changing this by significantly reducing the wait time for all imaging results.
EMR integration allows immediate, automatic sync with patient clinical record; more confident diagnoses and improved ability to provide timely care.
Imagen’s FDA-cleared AI software, Chest-CAD, designed to detect suspicious regions of interest in chest radiographs, highlighted a region of a chest X-ray that was previously missed during unaided interpretation. This case shows that additional information provided by Imagen’s AI software was able to detect a life threatening finding.
Imagen developed an AI software designed to detect fractures across multiple anatomical areas throughout the musculoskeletal system. A multi-site study showed the AI software, referred to as a deep learning system, accurately identified fractures throughout the adult musculoskeletal system. The results were used in part to support FDA clearance of Imagen’s software (FractureDetect) which now assists clinicians in detecting fractures for the subset of the anatomic regions reported in this paper.
Imagen developed an AI software designed to detect and localize fractures in wrist radiographs. A rigorous clinical study showed that the clinicians utilizing the AI software, referred to as a deep learning model, had a 47% relative reduction in misinterpretations. The significant improvement in diagnosing fractures shows that information provided by Imagen’s AI software can substantially enhance physician accuracy.