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    Preventive Cancer Screenings Are Becoming Too Lax By · September 15, 2021

    The first experiences we typically have with medicine and medical treatment when we’re young are usually reactive. You get a cut on your finger, and Mom washes it off and applies a Band-Aid. You catch a bad cold, and Dad gives you a spoonful of nasty-tasting cough syrup. But the worst diseases, especially cancer, are rarely obvious when they first begin attacking our bodies. If you don’t have the condition diagnosed before the symptoms have become severe, you may already be past your best treatment window. This is why preventive screenings, which help to catch diseases early, are so critical to good health outcomes.

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    Introducing Ambra’s New User-Focused Twitter Account: @AmbraUpdates By · September 8, 2021

    Ambra is excited to announce the launch of our new Twitter account for users: Ambra Updates. As a part of our priority to encourage user enablement, @AmbraUpdates will serve as yet another source for our team to disseminate platform knowledge. 

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    The Business Case for Cloud: #SIIM21 Ask Industry Discussion By · May 26, 2021

    Tune into the on-demand webinar and hear Morris Panner, CEO of Ambra Health, share his thoughts on the biggest challenges, opportunities, and future of AI, and provide specific use cases that pioneers in AI are using today to improve care.

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    Caring for Two By · May 26, 2021

    This article was originally published on Diagnostic Imaging on May 17, 2021.  Physicians operating in the women’s health space often

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    Still Using CDs? Why You Should Ditch the Disk This Earth Day By · April 22, 2021

    Pivoting from CDs is a win for radiology, you just need to know how to do it. Today, somewhere in America, a patient will receive a copy of their medical imaging on a CD. It’s hard to believe that this relic of the 90s still exists, let alone is in regular use at healthcare facilities. Many home computers and laptops no longer contain disc drives necessary for loading CDs, making the process for patients to view imaging inconvenient and cumbersome. And patients aren’t the only ones negatively impacted by the continued use of CDs.

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    Handheld Ultrasounds Enable Rapid Imaging From The Doctor’s Office To The ER By · April 8, 2021

    Over the decades, the world has watched as major technologies like computers and phones have gotten much smaller, making them more convenient for people to use on the go. Fortunately, this has also happened with many medical technologies, which not only increases convenience but, more importantly, can save lives.

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