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Call for Participation: 2011 SPIE Medical Imaging – CAD Demonstration Workshop

Stephen Aylward | Kitware Blog | January 4, 2011

The SPIE Medical Imaging Computer-Aided Diagnosis (CAD) Workshop will be held on Tuesday, February 15, 2011, from 17.45 - 19.45 as part of the SPIE Medical Imaging conference in Orlando, Florida, USA. Read More »

Enabling ParaView Interaction with ITK and Slicer

Staff | Kitware Blog | June 18, 2010

A joint project by Johns Hopkins University's Center for Imaging Science, under Michael Miller, and Kitware, under Will Schroeder, is leading to new functionality in ParaView, to facilitate its use by JHU in order to empower its Computational Anatomy research. Read More »

Executive Spotlight: Don Mestas, Harris VP On Healthcare Offerings, M&A Activity And Ongoing VA Work

David J. Barton | ExecutiveBiz | March 20, 2013

Don Mestas serves as vice president of government healthcare solutions at Harris Corp., where he manages the company’s business with the departments of Veterans Affairs, Defense, Health and Human Services and other government customers. Read More »

Force 3 Expands Medical Imaging Offering with Acquisition of Open Source secureRAD

Press Release | Force 3 | June 4, 2012

“The acquisition of secureRAD allows Force 3 to offer technology that addresses the significant market for medical imaging, building on our growing customer base in healthcare,” said Chris Knotts, Force 3 Vice President of Technology and Innovation. “secureRAD owns customer relationships in the commercial and government space and the company’s focus on open source software running on low-cost, off-the-shelf hardware has tremendous market potential.” Read More »

IGSTK User Group Meeting

Andinet Enquobahrie | Kitware Blog | February 23, 2012

The sixth IGSTK user group meeting took place in San Diego, CA on Feburary 4, 2012 in conjunction with the SPIE Medical Imaging conference. The meeting was attended by participants from Princess Margaret Hospital, Polytechnic Institute of Milan, University of Bern, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Children’s National Medical Center, Arizona State University, and Kitware. Read More »

Kitware Participates in RSNA 2011

Rick Avila, Stephen Aylward, Julien Finet, Patrick Reynolds, and Wes Turner | Kitware Blog | December 16, 2011

Several members of the Kitware team attended RSNA from November 27-December 2. In addition to meeting with collaborators and exploring the exhibits, we were actively involved in demonstrating our newest work, teaching workshops and participating in exhibits. Read More »

Kitware Supports MICCAI 2010

Stephen Aylward | Kitware Blog | October 15, 2010

Kitware was omnipresent at the 2010 Medical Image Computing and Computer-Assisted Intervention (MICCAI) conference held in Beijing China, September 20-24. This blog highlights some of our involvement in that event: Read More »

Kitware Unveils Open-Source Bioinformatics Application - Visomics

Jayashree Adkoli | infoTech | February 24, 2012

In an effort to provide a tool that helps in accelerating the pace of research through definition of relationships between biological analytes and biomarkers, Kitware – a technology company – has unveiled an open-source bioinformatics application - Visomics.

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Merge Healthcare Releasing a Free Medical Imaging Cloud-based Service

Brenda Stewart | Merge Healthcare News | October 5, 2011

Merge Healthcare, a leading provider of enterprise imaging and interoperability solutions, has developed and will shortly be launching Merge Honeycomb, a revolutionary new cloud-based service that will enable users to upload, download, view, and share medical images – at no cost. Merge Honeycomb will be the nation’s largest medical imaging sharing network and is open to anyone. Merge Honeycomb will officially be launched at the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) Conference in Chicago in November, 2011. See Merge Healthcare.

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Microscopy Image Analysis Tutorial

Luis Ibanez | Kitware Blog | October 18, 2010

At the MICCAI 2010 conference in Beijing, China, a Tutorial on Microscopy Image Analysis was presented. Read More »

Now We're Talking!

Will Schroeder | Kitware Blog | August 16, 2010

It's articles like the one recently published in the New York Times that so powerfully demonstrate the value of open source methods, in this case the value of data sharing and collaboration. The article "Sharing of Data Leads to Progress on Alzheimer’s" says it better than 100 blogivators ever could: Read More »

OsiriX on iPad works well for emergency MRI and CT reads, study finds

Brandon Glenn | MedCity News | June 4, 2012

iPads are just as effective as traditional workstations for radiologists reading MRI and CT scans in emergency situations, according to new research published in the Journal of Digital Imaging...The radiologists in the study used [Open Source] software from OsiriX to read the images.

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Rochester RHIO Plots Value Of HIEs And Imaging

Patty Enrado | Government Health IT | October 30, 2012

When the Rochester RHIO was established in 2006 to improve the quality and efficiency of care in the greater Rochester, NY, area, one of the requirements from a local matching grant was to enable diagnostic-image sharing among healthcare providers. Read More »

SPIE Medical Imaging Conference: Live Demonstrations Workshop

Stephen Aylward | Kitware Blog | January 13, 2012

Kitware is proud to continue its support of the SPIE Medical Imaging Live Demonstrations Workshop for 2012. The goal of this workshop is to provide a forum for systems and algorithms developers to show off their creations. Read More »

The Insight Journal 3.0

Julien Jomier and Charles Marion | Kitware Blog | September 26, 2011

Kitware’s data publishing team is pleased to announce the release of a new major version the Insight Journal. The Insight Journal is an open access journal covering scientific domains from visualization to image computing. Since its launch in 2006, the Insight Journal (IJ) has become a central resource for scientific developers around the world. Read More »