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DetectedX Introduces ImageDx to Transform Image-Based Education at RSNA

December 12, 2022 — Building on the successful launch in the US at the SBI/ACR Breast Imaging Symposium, DetectedX, leaders in intelligent interactive educational technology, presented updates to its Radiology Online Learning Platform at the 108th Annual Meeting of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA), Nov. 27 – Dec. 1, 2022 (North Hall #7951).

At RSNA, DetectedX launched ImageDx, a fully customizable, interactive learning platform that empowers users to design and deliver image-based education using DetectedX’s award-winning templates and approaches. Teachers can leverage existing DetectedX content or load their own images, quizzes, and other learning content for easily accessible and secure online learning. Next-generation technology is transforming the teaching and learning experience for clinicians, educators and students alike. For more information or to schedule an appointment, visit DetectedX RSNA 2022.

Laszlo Tabar, MD FACR

DetectedX recently announced that Professor László Tabár, Nobel Prize nominee and visionary physician, academic and educator, has joined the company as Medical Director of Breast Imaging. DetectedX will showcase Professor Tabár’s new breast imaging educational content on RSNA. Go to to view the new educational content

As the market builds momentum, DetectedX is adding a number of new users from major radiology groups, national screening centers, academic centers to individual radiologists in the US, Europe, Middle East and Asia. In addition, the company is developing new partnerships to advance the development and delivery of the highest quality education. For example, Professors Wendie Berg and Margarita Zuley look forward to collaborating with DetectedX in a new partnership with UPMC. This exciting new collaboration will ensure that first-class education is provided to all with an interest in breast cancer imaging. Innovative interactive technologies will partner with the world’s best clinical educators to ensure on-demand education is available to everyone, everywhere 24/7.

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The company will also showcase new subscription options for users across a broad range of breast imaging organizations, including screening environments, clinics/radiology providers, universities, radiologists’ private practices, and individual radiologists. Users can customize access to the intelligent interactive educational platform, which includes micro-learning tools including quizzes and extensive educational content and videos, as well as CME and accreditation dashboards. New learning resources will include new educational content on chest and lungs, as well as medical physics, radiation and artificial intelligence topics.

Designed to improve radiologists’ ability to correctly detect breast lesions in 2D and 3D mammography, the Radiology Online Learning Platform is proven to help clinicians improve their ability to detect and diagnose breast cancer cases, with a 34% improvement in the accuracy of diagnosing difficult cases.

DetectedX’s online Radiology learning platform is currently used in more than 150 countries, including national screening services, clinics and professional associations in North America, UK, Australia, Ireland, New Zealand, Slovenia, Italy and Vietnam. In addition, DetectedX has marketing and distribution partnerships with Volpara Health, Fujifilm and GE Healthcare.

“Since launching in the US at SBI, we have experienced tremendous momentum with new customers, new subscriber options and exciting new educational content. We are excited to return to the US and show the expanded DetectedX team that focused on improving our breast imaging educational content and helping us improve radiology education around the world,” said Professor Patrick Brennan, DetectedX CEO and Chair, Diagnostic Imaging, University of Sydney.

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