Volpara Health was delighted to be a silver sponsor at the UK’s biennial meeting of breast specialists, the Symposium Mammographicum, which celebrated its 40th anniversary in a virtual conference held from February 7-10. Reflecting on the sessions, we have summarized our highlights and key takeaways.
Best practices for EQUIP reporting: a webinar hosted by Volpara Health, with Avera Breast Center and ProMedica Breast Center
The EQUIP initiative is designed to ensure imaging centers uphold a high quality of care for their patients, however the reporting process can be quite time-consuming, often demanding hundreds of hours of work which ends up taking away from patient care and other essential operational tasks. This was...
Personalized breast screening during the COVID-19 pandemic: a webinar with Lake Medical Imaging, Volpara Health, and Ambry Genetics
While the prevalence of the COVID-19 virus has introduced many new hurdles for imaging centers, central Florida’s Lake Medical Imaging has persisted in providing patient-focused care at their six outpatient centers. During a recent webinar hosted by Volpara Health and Ambry Genetics, Lake Medical Imaging president...
Navigating Lung Screening and Cancer Detection During COVID-19: Decatur Memorial Hospital and Volpara Health Webinar
As COVID-19 cases continue to rise, hospitals are faced with a growing backlog of patients in need of lung screening.
Over the past week, international health care experts from around the world addressed virtual audiences at InforMD’s biennial Why Study Mammographic Density? conference (#WhyMD2020).
Objective data can inform both quality and training direction for technologists
Adopting the right technology and innovation can yield improved patient access and outcomes as the industry navigates the backlog of elective procedures from screening to surgery.
Personalized screening recognizes that every woman is different, with varied mammographic sensitivity and risk of developing breast cancer.
Helpful hints to get patients due for screening back on schedule
From the outset, the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on breast imaging wasn't as great as on other areas of imaging, at least at our facility.