CLEW, a Netanya, Israel-based healthcare technology company, announced that it has raised $10 million in Series B funding.

Zebra Medical Vision has appointed Ohad Arazi as the company’s new CEO, a move that will be effective beginning March 1.

Patients and healthcare providers both see potential in AI’s ability to improve healthcare. Patients, however, appear to trust AI technology more than providers.

RSNA has announced that the official registration number for RSNA 2019 was 51,800, with another 6,754 participants registering for the online virtual meeting.

Patients can now use AI to monitor their glucose levels with off-the-shelf, noninvasive wearable sensors, according to a new study published in Scientific Reports.

MyndYou, a New York City-based healthcare technology company, will now be working with Allscripts clients to monitor their patients for cognitive changes and avoid hospitalization whenever possible.

Radiomics and machine learning can help healthcare providers determine if late gadolinium enhancement (LGE) on cardiac MR images is a sign of myocardial infarction (MI) or myocarditis.

Researchers from the University of California Irvine (UCI) School of Medicine have received $1.2 million to study the potential psychological impact of augmented reality (AR) medical simulation training.

Aidoc announced Monday, Jan. 13, that its AI solution for detecting large-vessel occlusions (LVOs) in head CTA examinations has gained FDA clearance.

Students can use virtual reality (VR) training to learn about radiographic hand positioning skills, according to a new study published in Radiography. How would this compare to other training techniques?

Cardiologs, a cardiology diagnostics company with offices in Paris and Boston, has raised $15 million in Series A funding.

Exploring electronic medical records (EMRs) can help healthcare providers learn more about typical treatment patterns for specific situations, according to new findings published in Artificial Intelligence in Medicine.