As we come to the end of 2022 we are anticipating 2023 with great excitement. The new year offers wonderful opportunities with new innovations and technology that allow us all to do better and be better.
For DetectedX and our partners, the new year opens new doors and new opportunities to improve diagnostic imaging learning around the world.
We’ve been delighted with such an eventful 2022. It has been an exceptional year for our business and we have had the pleasure of initiating many exciting new collaborations and product developments.
New collaborations and partnerships
Over the course of the year, we have expanded our reach to include partnerships with like-minded philanthropic investors. We’ve partnered with major educational institutions and universities and hired world leaders in the medical imaging field to be part of our exciting vision.
DetectedX and King Saud University announced a joint project that aims to transform the judgement of radiologic image quality. King Saud University is home to over 40,000 students and is a world-renowned medical faculty.
Nobel Prize Nominee and visionary physician, academic and educator, Professor László Tabár, has joined DetectedX as Medical Director of Breast Imaging. Professor László Tabár is also the Professor Emeritus of Radiology, at the University of Uppsala School of Medicine, in Sweden.
We are also in the early stages of a collaboration with UPMC Professors Wendie Berg and Margarita Zuley where together we will continue to develop the world's best educational materials around breast cancer imaging.
DetectedX was selected by BreastCheck, the National Breast Screening Programme in Ireland, to provide our on-demand, web-based educational services to radiologists and radiographers.
DetectedX also launched our Radiology Online Learning Platform into the U.S. market at the Society of Breast Imaging (SBI) conference in Savannah in May.
DetectedX is continuing its discussions with a range of institutions including radiology groups, national screening services and academic institutions in the United States, UK, Europe, the Middle East and Asia. We look forward to establishing more exciting partnerships in 2023.
The DetectedX team attended the 108th Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting of the Radiology Society of North America (RSNA) in Chicago, USA in November.
With over 53,400 members across 152 countries, the annual RSNA conference is the premier forum for radiology in the world.
At RSNA, DetectedX launched ImageDx, a fully customizable, interactive learning platform providing users the ability to design and deliver image-based education using DetectedX’s award-winning templates and approaches. Educators can leverage existing DetectedX content or load their own images, quizzes and other learning content for easily accessible and secure online learning. This next generation technology transforms the teaching and learning experience for clinicians, teachers and students alike.
DetectedX also showcased new subscription options for different specialist groups including breast, lung and generalist medical imagers. Users can customize access to our intelligent interactive educational platform, which features a range of content types and learning tools, including quizzes, lectures and self-assessment modules - all approved for CME points.
Finally at the conference a number of important meetings took place with leaders of National Screening Agencies, OEMs and business partners that should see a huge increase of activity in 2023. Roll on the New Year!
DetectedX in the Media:
We launched new initiatives, including providing free access to our Radiology Online Learning Center to members of Radiology Across Borders (RAB).
Radiology Across Borders is a global charity focusing on teaching clinical skills to radiologists, doctors and medical imaging staff in developing countries.