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Eon’s Guide To Buying And Implementing Lung Cancer Screening Software

Now more than ever, hospitals are leaning on state-of-the-art software to make the work they do every day more accurate and more efficient. The right software can improve patient experience and treatment quality while dramatically saving hospitals time an...

AAA Standard Diameter Measurements

Referral for surgery varies slightly on patient condition but in general it is about 5 cm for women and 5.4cm for men.  If the aneurysm has grown 1cm or more over the past year, this is another indication.   Pre-operative imaging should evaluate and...

Eon + Epic

It’s not Eon vs. Epic, it is Eon + Epic, and Eon pairs well with Epic to make Essential Patient Management seamless, efficient and effective. While Epic does some things really well, it does not have a focus on data science. So, when identification of p...

Second Leading Cause of Lung Cancer & How to Protect Against It

Did you know that Radon is the leading cause of lung cancer in non-smokers and the second leading cause of all lung cancers in the United States, contributing to over 20,000 lung cancer deaths per year?

Eon’s Centralized Management Drives Efficiencies & Revenue

Eon Centralized Management is the first and only market-available product to manage every aspect of a lung cancer screening and incidental pulmonary nodule program—so you don’t have to.

Eon Offers the First and Only Solution to Identify Incidental Pulmonary Nodules on Multiple…

Empowering facilities to capture more incidental pulmonary nodules and identify lung cancer earlier is at the heart of what Eon does every day. That’s why Eon expanded its data science models to now identify incidental pulmonary nodules on Magnetic Reso...

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