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…

Mobile & Handheld Devices in Healthcare? Allowed or Prohibited?

Mobile Devices like smartphones or tabletts are part of our daily life. We are able to connect easily to each other using the embedded web broswer or using the high number of available Apps for business and private purpose. They are available for iOS, Android or Windows systems and all such devices come in various…

Medical Classified – Medical Grade

What is a medical classification, what are medical standards and recommended QC/QA guidelines for medical devices and what differentiates a medical grade monitor from a consumer grade monitor? Is there a difference in visibility which could harm the accuarcy on medical image diagnostic? Is the ambient important or can be ignored? What about reflection could this…

Zero Footprint

Did you hear about zero footprint? What does this mean for us in future Healthcare diagnostic? From our understanding it could mean lots of improvements in respect to the large trend having our data not further stored locally so maybe all patient data is somewhere in a cloud? What data will be in the cloud…

On LinkedIN

Dear all we are proud to inform you that in addition to our web blog we also haev created a page on LinkedIN. Please share such link to get a wider audience and power to express all important information about Image Diagnostic Devices and better Healthcare for the future. Global Experts will get Admin rights…

Be one Supporter

You are interesting in the same subjects as the Supporter(s)Vision team? You would like to share your stories or important notes and do not know if you reach the right audience for this? Then join us and be an Auditor on our Supoorter(s)Vision page. Write, review and share your articles. More people have more power….

Medical Device Regulation(s)

here is a lack of understanding between a COTS (Consumer LCD monitor) and medical grade monitor which is built for medical usage only to review and diagnostic medical images. Why we have such an understanding? For sure one reason is that some people misinterpret a “Intend of Usage” of devices – they just look and compare technical…

What should be visible?

Is there any difference in visibility of grey tones? How many grey tones should we distinguish to be sure we are able to see all details in early stages? What does DICOM Part 14 exactly require from medical grade monitors and why calibration to DICOM is necessary and differentiates consumer monitors from medial grade diagnostic…

All together …

Only when all parties participate and understand each other then an improvement in diagnostic accuracy can be reached. Doctors are experts in their field, medical equipment suppliers know exactly the technical limitations and benefits, standardisation members and medical physicists research new ways and ideas to adjust the requirements to be state of the art …….

Promotion Video

The Supporter(s) Vision and Mission have developed in various stages. One inspiration came from the human life when we are still not born and then see the world from a child view, then learn to walk and discover and then enjoy. Such steps we also plan to reach with the Supporter(s) work and mission. Looking…

Our Blog

The Supporter(s) have created a new platform to exchange information. We will share news on our web blog and on Twitter from now on. Hope you like it and follow us and share the ideas of better and more accurate diagnostic for better healthcare and patient treatments.