By Karim Boussebaa
Computed tomography (CT) scanners are ubiquitous in healthcare as they are reliably fast, non-invasive and accurate in helping to detect a wide range of diseases
and conditions for patients. In years past, healthcare organizations only considered the technology’s quantitative specifications; today, the CT scanner is only part
of what they are purchasing. Increasingly, healthcare providers also want integrated solutions, workflow advancements and quality improvements that can be leveraged across the organization and beyond the clinical domain to derive economic benefit.