STATdx: A comprehensive and trusted diagnostic support tool for radiologists
In an era of increasing unfamiliarity and the growing need for an expanded knowledge base, radiologists need the assurance they have access to the latest information in order to help them make accurate, efficient decisions.
Highly intuitive and easy to use, STATdx features:
common and complex diagnoses with cine clips for selected topics
differential diagnosis modules
basic and advanced procedures
normal imaging anatomy modules
STATdx is used to analyze a complex or unusual case, examine a diagnosis in an unfamiliar subspecialty area, teach trainees, and support tumor boards. STATdx can also support integration with dictation providers, reach out to your sales representative to learn more.
STATdx is widely used across the industry, utilized in 19 of the top 20 hospitals and 83% of the top radiology group practices in North America.
Who we support
IDNs and hospitals
Academic teaching institutions
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What our customers say
I love it. Makes CME effortless…the in-depth information in STATdx has clinched a diagnosis…
I keep it open in a pinned tab for the entirety of every shift I work…there is no comparison to STATdx. It is the single most useful resource I have in radiology.
Going to STATdx first, I love it…and I trust that its being updated routinely.