METIS-DoSense is a platform to measure quality in medical imaging practice. This is the first system to measure medical image quality and dose at the organ level in individual patient images. The results are used to quantify value in value-based imaging practice, to inform the consistency of practice, and to provide guidance to prospectively optimize individual exams.
Without measure of quality in imaging, image quality remains subjective and highly variable. METIS-DoSense eliminates the subjectivity, reduces costs recalling patients for repeat imaging, reduces the likelihood of subsequent care due to poor quality, enhances confidence in the practice, and reduces liability both from diagnostic error and from excessive exposure to ionizing radiation.
METIS-DoSense replaces subjective image quality with actual measurement, allowing a practice to reduce variability, and improve diagnostic accuracy while minimizing radiation dose due to overexposure and repeats. The technology uses digital twining, contrast perfusion models, and advanced processing and AI to monitor and optimize image quality across patient cohorts.
Patients: enhancing the right diagnosis, safely.
Administrators: enabling the effectual safeguard of quality and value of the practice.
Radiologists: ensuring the best image quality with the least dose.
Technologists: providing prompt feedback on image quality.
Payers: ensuring consistent patient care across covered services.
Regulators and accreditors: improving safe practices and addressing adverse events.