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axial3D partners with medical imaging company Blackford Analysis

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29 November 2017

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axial3D is a new alliance partner with Blackford Analysis, providing new innovative applications for medical imaging.

The Blackford Platform introduced at RSNA 2017 Annual Meeting provides centralized deployment and management of artificial intelligence and intelligent image processing capabilities across the healthcare enterprise. The integrated image-processing platform can be easily managed to provide clinical staff with study comparison tools, visualization applications and clinical workflow tools.

axial3D's Medical 3D Print Request module available on The Blackford Platform offers a portal to streamline access to medical 3D printing services. Instant 3D visualizations of medical imaging enable instant clinician annotation and ordering of patient-specific 3D printed models.

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Daniel Crawford, CEO, axial3D said “Our vision is that medical 3D printing will be routine in the surgical pathway. As a Blackford Alliance Partner, we integrate our 3D Print Module with an institution's existing infrastructure. This removes the bottlenecks associated with data transfer and clinician input, streamlining access to the Managed Service for Surgical Planning Models, making 3D printing immediately accessible.”

Ben Panter, CEO, Blackford Analysis commented “We are delighted to welcome all our new alliance partners to the Blackford Platform, ensuring that our current and future customers can quickly and easily access their innovative technologies to improve diagnostic confidence and reduce the cost of care. Our experiences in the radiology market made it clear that there had to be a better way for new imaging technologies to be adopted and deployed. We realized that by adopting a platform-based approach, we could streamline the technology adoption process for other solutions.”
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axial3D is a new alliance partner with Blackford Analysis, providing new innovative applications for medical imaging