Novarad at RSNA 2014: Sneak Peek

Novarad at RSNA 2014: Sneak Peek

In anticipation of RSNA, we’ve decided to go over a few key points about what you can expect to see from us at the trade show. We have some really exciting things to show off, including a brand new UI, a new universal viewer and even more additions to our  NovaGlass viewer. Everyone at Novarad […]

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Nova3D+ advanced visualization receives FDA clearance

Good news, everyone! Our latest advancement in image processing, Nova3D+, was just cleared by the FDA for diagnostic purposes. Nova3D+ is our advanced visualization software. It provides users with high-resolution, 3D images of the body. It also enables a completely virtual, non-invasive colonoscopy—which is fascinating (more on that later). It doesn’t force you to switch […]

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Two New Sites in Ohio

In addition to the three new sites in Nebraska, Novarad has worked to add two new sites in the nation’s heartland. During the month of July, Novarad added two sites in the state of Ohio. We would like to welcome the following sites as Novarad Customers: Bone & Joint Surgeons. An orthopaedic medical practice in […]

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Three New Sites in the Cornhusker State

Just this past month, we’ve added three new sites in the great state of Nebraska. These facilities further our installation base in the state. One of our great distributors, Brown’s Medical Imaging facilitated the contracts. We would like to welcome the three following facilities as new Novarad customers: Creighton Medical Associates, Omaha Harlan County Health […]

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Iroquois Memorial Hospital’s ‘Nova Project’ Delivers Big Returns

Written by Tim Smith, Iroquois Memorial Hospital Interim Chief Information Officer Iroquois Memorial Hospital, a community hospital located in Watseka, Ill., embarked on initiative earlier this year to replace a number of its legacy radiology technologies. This initiative, named ‘Nova Project,’ was kicked off because its radiologists and referring physicians required improved functionality that existing […]

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