HealthMyne’s Mark Gehring to receive ‘Seize the Day’ award

Posted by HealthMyne on 06/16/2016

Mark Gehring, a biomedical engineer and software developer who has founded and grown medical imaging and digital health companies, will receive the 13th annual Ken Hendricks Memorial "Seize the Day" award at the 2016 Wisconsin Entrepreneurs' Conference in June.


Tags: Founders, Awards

Radiology's Role in Assessing Tumor Response

Posted by HealthMyne on 06/06/2016

In this Imaging Technology News article, author Dave Fornell highlights the criticality that imaging plays in "detection, staging, and evaluation of tumor response to treatment." Certainly, change in size often offers solid insight into treatment effectiveness, however, there are


Tags: Recist, Tumor Response, PERCIST, Measurable Lesions, Tumor Volume

Role of Radiology in Lung Cancer

Posted by HealthMyne on 03/15/2016

This week is the Society of Thoracic Radiology annual meeting, which gave us the opportunity to build an infographic about the contributions of radiology to lung cancer care progression


Tags: imaging informatics, radiology, imaging analytics, radiology workflow, LungRADS, screening, lung cancer

What's New in Imaging at #HIMSS16

Posted by HealthMyne on 02/29/2016

This week is the annual conference for the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS), which will bring together more than 40,000 health tech professionals, clinicians, and healthcare executives. If you didn't make it to Vegas, track the conference on Twitter by following @HIMSS or the main hashtag #HIMSS16


Tags: imaging informatics, EHR, electronic health records, radiology, imaging analytics, radiology workflow, healthcare, HIMSS16

Artificial Intelligence Growing Slowly in Healthcare, And That’s OK

Posted by HealthMyne on 02/04/2016

The Xconomists, including our CSO Mark Gehring, were asked to share their views of the biggest advances in 2015. Mark's response ran on Xconomy January 6, 2016.


Tags: radiology, machine learning, healthcare, artificial intelligence

Researchers identify radiomics features to improve lung cancer screening

Posted by HealthMyne on 02/02/2016

Researchers at Moffitt Cancer Care, a HealthMyne imaging analytics partner, have identified radiomics features that provided an improved risk prediction model based on data from the National Lung Cancer Screening Trial. 


Tags: Radiology analytics, quantitative imaging, radiomics, imaging analytics, imaging biomarkers

HealthMyne receives "Most Promising Company" Award at the 2016 PMWC

Posted by HealthMyne on 01/28/2016

HealthMyne was selected as the “Most Promising Company”, the top award at the Personalized Medicine World Conference in Silicon Valley. The competition involved two rounds of presentations and selection by a panel of judges, including venture capitalists from Mérieux Développement, Five Prime Ventures, Data Collective, and Faridan Ventures.


Tags: imaging informatics, radiology, radiomics, imaging analytics, radiology workflow

Radiology Analytics at #RSNA15

Posted by HealthMyne on 11/25/2015


Since we covered Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) sessions on quantitative imaging in our last blog post, this post focuses on another set of sessions we are interested in: analytics in radiology. For a good, general read about healthcare analytics, Deloitte recently published Health system analytics The missing key to unlock value-based care.


Tags: rsna, radiology, imaging analytics

The Story Behind Our Radiology Workflow Tools

Posted by HealthMyne on 11/25/2015

“Sometimes reality is too complex. Stories give it form.”

- French filmmaker Jean-Luc Godard


We're not going to gloss over it: radiology is complex. So when we started telling the story of HealthMyne's software, things got complicated quickly. But you know what they say about pictures - one is worth a thousand words! 




Tags: rsna, imaging informatics, Radiology analytics, EHR, radiology, imaging analytics, radiology workflow

Quantitative Imaging at #RSNA15

Posted by HealthMyne on 11/19/2015


At our first Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) Annual Meeting, we will be showing our radiology workflow tools, including providing electronic health record (EHR) data along with the images. However, our vision for the future includes enabling informatics by turning images into data behind the scenes in daily workflow. You can read more about the impact of quantitative imaging in "Radiomics Could Change the Role of Radiologists", which provides the radiologist perspective from Drs. Gillies, Hricak, Deasy, and Kinahan.  


Tags: rsna, quantitative imaging, radiology, radiomics, imaging analytics

Quantitative Imaging Analytics White Paper

This article explores the area of quantitative imaging analytics in radiology, specifically as it applies to oncology applications such as lung cancer screening and tumor response. 

How quantitative image analysis can magnify the impact of radiology within a health care organization.

  • Imaging informatics in clinical decision support
  • Integration of EHR data into a radiology framework
  • Personalized care through patient cohort analysis

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