Dr.Michel Christian Nemery, Head of Radiology at Herlev and Gentofte Hospital
Herlev and Gentofte Hospital, a leading hospital in the Capital Region of Denmark, will use the Apollo software from Danish start-up Cerebriu to optimize radiology workflow and resource allocation and thereby increase patient volume per MR scanner.
Apollo has been developed over the past 3 years by Cerebriu, a spin-out company from the University of Copenhagen. The Apollo software employes a proprietary innovative AI technology, Smart Protocol, to indicate potentially relevant pathologies on brain MR images, and then suggest follow-up actions, all during the examination, enabling better and faster workflow decisions to be made long before a radiologist would normally have the chance to review the images.
”Most neurological conditions are serious, and many require fast and accurate analysis to enable correct triaging.” Said Dr.Michel Christian Nemery, Head of Radiology at Herlev and Gentofte Hospital. ‘‘Our hope is that Cerebriu provides us with the ability to optimise our workflow to a level beyond what is possible with our current resource allocation, meaning that we can leverage our clinicians’ knowledge more effectively and thereby improve the speed and treatment selection for patients-so patients can get to the correct specialist and the optimal treatment as fast as possible”.
About Herlev and Gentofte Hospital
Herlev and Gentofte Hospital is the largest emergency university hospital in the Capital Region of Denmark with a brand new Emergency Department and a strong focus in getting diagnostics right from the very beginning of the patient journey. It is also a large research hospital, with over 6,000 employees, 949 beds and serve 425,000 citizens.
Cerebriu provides solutions to automate radiology workflows, improve brain MRI efficiency, improve patient prioritisation, and reduce scan time, re-examinations, and non-acute admissions.
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