Densitas is developing an advanced imaging analytics platform powered by machine learning algorithms that delivers actionable insights at point-of-care for high quality personalized breast health. The technologies address the key challenges facing breast screening today, including mammography quality, workflow performance, compliance and costs with the aim of improving patient outcomes.
Densitas’ zero-click automated breast density assessment software, DM-Density, analyzes the same standard digital mammograms that radiologists view. The solution integrates seamlessly with PACS systems. And the insights generated by the software empower radiologists to make the most appropriate follow-up care decisions consistently and confidently at unrivaled speeds
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“The integration of DM-Density into our clinical workflow was seamless. The Densitas breast density reports arrive alongside the mammography exams on our PACS nearly simultaneously. They are clear and easy to reference.”
“The breast density measurements generated by DM-Density match my visual estimates closely. I have confidence in the reproducibility and consistency of the density measurement, and this is fundamental if decisions within breast screening programs about screening frequency or ancillary screening methods are made based on a woman’s breast density.”
“The flexibility of DM-Density’s configuration permitted seamless and rapid integration of the software into our workflow. Densitas continues to provide exceptional customer service. We look forward to working with them on new initiatives in the future.”
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DM-Density is an advanced machine learning application that provides automated point-of-care breast density assessments for high quality personalized breast care. DM-Density’s zero-click reports provide near instant access to breast density classification grades per the American College of Radiology’s BI-RADS 4th or 5th Edition density scales along with percent density, breast area, and dense area measures.