Scientific Collaborations Gateway to AI in Imaging

At Smart Reporting, we aim to push the boundaries in healthcare reporting and establish artificial intelligence in routine diagnostics.

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KiD Establishing AI in Diagnostics

A consortium led by Smart Reporting has been selected by the German Ministry of Economics to participate in their AI Innovation Contest launched in January.

Smart Reporting, the Munich Technical University (TUM), the Mannheim University Hospital (UMM) and Siemens Healthineers are now eligible to compete against other consortia for funding of up to € 10 million.

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Novel system for automated medical image analysis and structured reporting for radiologists

The ImageREPORT project will revolutionize radiology reporting of common pathologies on chest X-rays and chest CT-scans. The system will combine automated, deep learning-based Computer-Aided Detection (CAD) of lung pathologies with structured reporting, to improve accuracy and efficiency of reporting.

Partners: Thirona, Radboud UMC
Funding Agencies: European Union and German Ministry of Education and Research


Radiomics Platform for Cloud-Based Image Diagnostics and Structured Reporting

RAPIDS aims to combine Smart Reporting’s intelligent reporting software Smart Radiology with the performance management solution Siemens teamplay and state-of-the-art machine learning algorithms by TUM in order to develop a workflow optimized system for automated diagnostics in radiology.

Partners: Siemens Healthineers, Technical University of Munich
Funding Agency: Bavarian Ministry of Economics, Media, Energy, and Technology

Medical Reporting 4.0

Within the project the partners aim to develop the necessary tools for speech-enabled medical documentation in an emergency setting.

The Smart Traumatology tool registers spoken language and serves to compile patient treatment information into a structured format for legal and technical documentation.

Partner: Clinic for Traumatology at Klinikum Rechts der Isar
Funding Agency: Bavarian Ministry of Economics, Media, Energy, and Technology