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Hassle-Free Imaging In Clinical Trials

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Over the past two decades, technology has changed virtually every aspect of health care – and the work surrounding capturing, storing, transmitting, and evaluating medical images in clinical trials is no exception. Medical images include for example DICOM images like MRI, CT scans, etc, and non-DICOM images including photos and videos.

The field of imaging has undergone a dramatic evolution. Today, the entire process is growing ever more efficient, compliant, and accurate with the help of Artificial Intelligence (AI), integrated systems, and unified solutions. These advances are optimizing workflows, reducing timelines, and improving visibility to, and control of, imaging activities.

And, perhaps most consequential, the use cases of imaging are expanding into new indications. This is due to the demonstrable value of imaging as a biomarker, new capabilities in the hands of patients, and a continuing trend toward decentralizing clinical trials.

The pace of this innovation is accelerating as technology promises to deliver a spate of innovation in the foreseeable future. Here, we pause to consider how far the field of imaging has recently come, discuss the latest innovations, and speculate what lies ahead.

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