RADLogics Expands Leadership Team to Support Rapid Scaling of Medical Imaging AI Platform

RADLogics announced that Linda McManus has joined the company's growing executive team as Executive Vice President and General Manager for U.S., Canada, and the Americas. With over 25 years of healthcare technology experience including several high-profile roles with Nuance, she will lead RADLogics' efforts to scale the company's medical imaging AI platform and applications user base with particular emphasis on the U.S. market. RADLogics recently announced the company's novel AI-Powered applications supporting the evaluation of COVID-19 patients are available on the Nuance AI Marketplace for Diagnostic Imaging.

During her tenure at Nuance, Linda McManus held several senior roles in professional services – most recently serving as Senior Director, Enterprise Project Office of their Healthcare Division. She has a proven track record consistently meeting revenue growth plans by orchestrating dynamic and diverse teams to success. Over her two decades working at Nuance, she led the front-end speech recognition strategy and adoption in radiology, which significantly expanded the market share and customer base for Nuance PowerScribe. She also oversaw the implementation of thousands of new customers including customer upgrades and solution conversions to new platforms.

RADLogics' AI-Powered software includes algorithms that not only detect abnormalities on chest CTs and X-rays, but also provide automatic triage alerts to the radiologist to help ensure potential findings are reviewed in a timely matter. The company's solutions provide quantitative analysis of the CT and X-ray images for patients with suspected disease including a volume percentage score that can help monitor findings over time. Access to these applications will help meet the growing demand in the U.S. for these solutions that have the capacity to process 1 million CT and 10 million X-rays studies per day through the RADLogics' cloud-based platform.

Source: Markets Insider