Diagnostic imaging provider RadNet is championing artificial intelligence as its means of conducting MRIs, a tool Dr. Suzie Bash said is “revolutionizing medical
 imaging.”

Bash, the medical director of neuroradiology at San Fernando Valley Interventional Radiology & Imaging Center in Encino, lauded the multiple artificial intelligence (AI) tools used at RadNet for their help in making care more efficient and thorough.   

“For example, AI in deep learning reconstruction enables us to scan our patients 50 to 75 percent faster, which means that we can scan more patients per day,” Bash said.   

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