Last week, Sue Blanchard (ITW Education) and I went to Philips in Bothell to send-off two CX50 ultrasound machines that Philips is providing to ITW for research support. Matt Rielly (Philips/ITW Outcomes Team Lead) and Roy Peterson (Philips/ITW Board Member), and Andrew Hatt (Philips General Manager), demonstrated the machines and discussed Philips’ enthusiasm for the … [Read more…]
Dr. Kristen DeStigter and ITW are featured in a blog on Healthcare Informatics site here.
For me, this time of year is especially poignant for reflecting on the work of Imaging the World and the people we are helping. This year has been a pivotal year for us in many ways, largely because we went to Uganda to launch proof of concept. In July, we spent very long hours in … [Read more…]
ITW is sharing a booth with peerVue at RSNA. Dr. DeStigter will be presenting the work of ITW at the booth during the following times: Sunday, November 28th, 1-2 pm Tuesday, November 30th, 3-4 pm Wednesday, December 1st, 3-4 pm Feel free to stop by the booth anytime to pick up materials and learn more.
I am pleased to have had the chance to speak as part of the “Innovative Uses of Technology for Development” panel at Global Washington’s 2010 conference last week. Besides having the opportunity to present ITW’s work to a like-minded audience, I found this conference to be relevant, useful and inspiring. The diversity of the mix … [Read more…]
We were so delighted to be invited to present at the Rad-Aid conference earlier this month. This event is an ITW favorite! We so value the opportunity to meet with our radiology outreach colleagues, and learn about the successes and challenges we all face. Co-Founder Dr. Brian Garra presented “PACS and Imaging Technology for Rural Regions”; … [Read more…]
Dr. DeStigter, Dr. Garra and Ben Johnson will be speaking at the Rad-Aid conference on November 1st in Baltimore. If you are in the area and are interested in attending, register here: http://www.rad-aid.org/ Dr. DeStigter will be presenting to the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) Committee on International Relations and Education (CIRE) at the … [Read more…]
I have returned from visiting Uganda again to work on the pilot site and assess new sites, among other things. It was a very busy and rewarding trip, and I’d like to thank the ITW team for all of their help getting so much accomplished. Some of the long list of tasks we accomplished are: … [Read more…]
Images from over 70 patients have been successfully transmitted from Uganda to McKesson’s pacs server in Vancouver on a regular and stable basis during the month of July. Initial review of the images by radiologists and other ultrasound experts suggests that the images are beautifully diagnostic. We are excited that images are being viewed by … [Read more…]
“Hope is like a road in the country; there was never a road, but when many people walk on it, the road comes into existence.” — Lin Yutang We are very pleased to announce that ITW completed our pilot trip successfully. The ITW team (26 strong, 14 from traveling from the USA) endured weeks of long … [Read more…]