Partnership agreement between
DetectED-X and Ministry of Health New Zealand
On the 22nd November 2019, an exciting new three-year partnership agreement between DetectED-X and the Ministry of Health in New Zealand was signed.
This partnership is aimed at optimising radiologic reading within the BreastScreen Aotearoa and involves Detected-X’s Rivelato Online educational program being made available to all screening radiologists across New Zealand.
Radiologists and trainees wherever they are located can, any time of the day (or night) access the Rivelato program simply through a logon and attempt to diagnose a series of de-identified breast images with known truth. The built in algorithms will monitor radiologist performance and then on each individual image identify for each individual radiologist where and when an error was made. This approach has been shown to enhance clinical performance by 30%.
Jane O'Hallahan, Clinical Director of the National Screening Unit says “I am delighted with this agreement which should help radiologists regardless of training or level of expertise. The Rivelato program should offer real clinical benefits for women attending BreastScreen Aotearoa”.