Categories: Interdisciplinary Communication

Three Key Benefits of Structured Reporting in Daily Clinical Routine

Launch of the Bavarian Oncology Radiology Network (BORN) Project

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Improving the diagnosis and treatment of cancer patients by harnessing the potential of digitalization and standardization is the ultimate ambition of…

Structure, Gather, and Share Data Faster with the mint Lesion™ Browser-Based Application

Whether in clinical routine, in clinical trials or in clinical research, mint Lesion™ is a reliable and strong supporter of its users’ individual…

RACOON: A revolutionary project with all German university hospitals in the University Medicine Network (NUM)

The idea of aggregating clinical data from different sources, processing it in a structured way and using it for joint research may not be new, but…

High-quality annotated data in clinical routine

The desire to standardize reporting and to get even more out of their oncological images led to the partnership of the Noordwest Ziekenhuisgroep in…

Structured Reporting of Solid and Cystic Pancreatic Lesions in CT and MRI: Consensus-Based Reporting Templates of the German Radiological Society (DRG)

During the daily clinical routine, radiological reports on pancreatic lesions are often written as freeform texts. This causes several problems, in…

mint Lesion™ 3.8. Release: What’s New?

The recent 3.8 release brings with it a multitude of new features and refinements that further facilitate reporting, interdisciplinary collaboration,…

Project „KoMed“: The cognitive medical assistant for risk and complication prevention

Funded by the Ministry of Science, Research and the Arts of Baden-Wuerttemberg, Mint Medical has been supporting the Heidelberg University Hospital as…

Quantitative Tumorbegleitung und ihre Einbettung in holistische Befundstrukturen (Only in German)