All over the world, there is a shortage of radiologists to analyze all the x-rays used for a sea of different examinations in the hospital. The development is going the wrong way. In the UK, it is thus not expected to be able to occupy 44 percent of the radiologist positions that the healthcare system will need in 2025.

Dec. 28, 2021 / 1 min. read

Life Science Blog #7:

Radiobotics

All over the world, there is a shortage of radiologists to analyze all the x-rays used for a sea of different examinations in the hospital. The development is going the wrong way. In the UK, it is thus not expected to be able to occupy 44 percent of the radiologist positions that the healthcare system will need in 2025.

“We have started Radiobotics because of the huge automation potential in the healthcare area. In that regard, our AI module gives birth to three things: Radiologists become faster, better, and more consistent when diagnosing medical images. Doctors are human beings just like the rest of us, and research shows that there can be great variation in what they pick up on a given day. "

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