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Computed Tomography (CT) - 64-Slice Product Comparison Report 2014

June 15, 2014 | Read Time: 2  minutes

BOTTOM LINES CT 2014: What Can You Do With Less?


One-third of GE users indicated that they are doing cardiac scanning; however, they are doing a low volume. GE is selling scanners in package deals with pricing that providers appreciate. Customers using GE for less than a year experiencing bumps in the road, pulling overall score to last place. Radiology directors not happy with phone support. ASiR having a positive impact on patient care. 


Philips users are doing more stroke and pediatric scanning on the Ingenuity plat - form than users of other scanners. The In - genuity is a good option for those for whom it doesn’t make sense to buy a high-end scanner. iDose4 making a positive impact on patients—customers say it is the most standout feature. 


More users doing a higher volume of car - diac scanning. Scanner speed is the most standout feature. Performance of iterative reconstruction solution (SAFIRE) weaker than those of other vendors due to imagequality concerns and lack of usability. As a group, managers rated implementations, contracting, and account management much lower than did directors. Field sup - port hitting the mark with both managers and directors. Considered in a large pro - portion of new CT deals over the last year. 


Has smaller percentage of scan volumes dedicated to advanced procedures com - pared to other vendors. However, Toshiba customers report no limitations with the Aquilion PRIME when compared to top-ofthe-line scanners. Toshiba, as a company, performs exceptionally well with radiology directors, especially when it comes to com - munication and implementations. Manag - ers are not as happy with the communica - tion from Toshiba.

author - Robert Ellis
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