“This technology provides clinicians with quantitative data on the progression of COVID-19 and will help them to make fast, more informed, evidence-based decisions about the people they are treating. Let’s be clear, this extra layer of information isn’t going to replace clinicians and autonomously make decisions on treatment, but it will act as another valuable member of the team.” Dr Rizwan Malik on the deployment of qXR-COVID solution at Bolton NHS Foundation Trust.
Dr. James Somauroo on how, facing a global pandemic, large healthcare organizations such as NHS have fast-tracked the adoption of innovative technologies.
“Is this the foot in the door that AI needs to get adopted across healthcare systems?” Exploring the Qure.AI engagement with Bolton NHS Foundation Trust
This article looks at how the pandemic has accelerated AI uptake in Health care. Karen Hao the senior AI Reporter at MIT Technology Review speaks to Dr Rizwan Malik about their recent deployment of Qure AI at Royal Bolton Hospital
AI Tools have arrived. https://www.technologyreview.com/2020/04/23/1000410/ai-triage-covid-19-patients-health-care/
Rise Of The Robots presentation
Royal College Radiologists Annual Scientific Meeting Sept 2017
Dr Rizwan Malik delivers a presentation on PACS replacements and what radiologists need to specify for this. His main points cover some of the background behind the PACS system, advice and tips to change your system, technical considerations and feature requirements.
This lecture was filmed at ACC Liverpool for the event 'RCR17' on the 11th September 2017.
Aunt Minnie Europe
PACS upgrades can be a rocky road – Aunt Minnie Europe Sept 2017
There should be no like-for-like replacements but a new approach to image exchange and archiving, noted Dr. Rizwan Malik, a consultant radiologist at the Bolton National Health Service (NHS) Foundation Trust in the U.K. He provided tips and guidance during the opening day of the Royal College of Radiologists' (RCR) annual scientific meeting, which takes place in Liverpool from 11 to 13 September.