Continue looking forward

Someone starts with a Vision, motivate others and it becomes a common Vision Moving forward means sometimes also to look back and review on what has happened since we have started Supporter(s)Vision in October 2016. It was the first goal to think about standards in Diagnostic Imaging and QC procedures for more stability, education and accuracy…

The Black Hole

We would like to write a short story about the world, the industry, the social world, the importance and our daily and future lives. Such story is not about how to calibrate a medical monitor , such story is how we humans are driven for preparing our future. Yes you have noticed the word “driven”…

Momentum – Looking into a digital Future

Did you know that most of the existing standards for Image Diagnostic Devices are still CRT based and long time ago made? Only some contents were a bit adjusted to the new available technologies but only in some countries. Test patterns are still the previous ones. There are many countries who still do not follow…

Africa Healthcare Environment

In addition to India and China , Africa is the third largest area with more than 1.2 Billion people who need an acceptable good healthcare treatment and education. The healthcare equipment and standardisation development require a close understanding with existing global standards. Currently there are several challenges to overcome there to establish a good health…

AI – How much automatisation is healthy?

As we notice daily there is a lot of development in AI (Artificial Intelligence) in Healthcare. We would like to have an open talk about the pros and cons of this and how such new assistance or replacement? could support the better patient treatments worldwide. Some time ago there was a discussion in the USA…

Give us a chance – We are already alive

We are not on earth but already alive. Thanks to the new technology so called “Ultrasound” we are already visible in theory in early stages. All could be seen from the heart, the brain, the lung, the legs etc. Depending on the women ages different scans are recommended and necessary to avoid that we reach…

Tele-Radiology – Trend or Challenge?

Last days in Paris on the French Radiology Congress called JFR I have enjoyed talking with a company which is investing into the Teleradiology future trend. After I have finished my talk I have decided to share such content of the conversation as this could happen at any place in the world. Let me start…

Color in Healthcare Diagnostic

The medical diagnostic world is getting more colored. Such trend is also pushed by the dramaticaly improvement of image diagnostic devices and LCD panel technology. In the past doctors had to purchase medical color monitors seperate from medical greyscale monitors because of their limitations in brightness and life time. Nowadays the “state of the art”…

Medical Global Standards – Importance of Quality “Stability” Control (QC)

In our previous blog posting we have explained the difference between Medical Grade monitors and COTS (consumer monitors). In such comparison, we could recognize significant differences and the importance of having a stable device. Our current article follows up such understanding now:  Why we need medical standards? What exactly is quality control and what will…

All about Breast Cancer….what could we all do to save more women lifes?

From all possible cancer diseases the women breast cancer is the most tricky one which causes death in case an early detection is missed. Asking experts around the world the common answers to work against are “Education” and “Early Screening and Diagnosis”. Looking into the recorded statistics it shows that according to WHO and others…

Sad Story about “Missing cancer in early stage”

I am very glad but also very sad to write and read such a story provided from one Supporter(s)Vision Expert located in Kuwait. Such a story was his motivation to join us and educate together the importance of the correct understanding of medical image diagnostic devices as he personally faced such an issue. But as…