We're delighted to announce that GM AHSN has agreed funding through its new Accelerator programme to support us in demonstrating the benefits of our SpineAnalyzer software and associated service offering within an established Fracture Liaison Service. (more…)
Optasia Medical is proud to be a 2015 Bone Health Partner of the National Osteoporosis Society. By working together we want to make a positive impact on bone health in the UK. (more…)
Optasia Medical has appointed Tromp Medical as Business Partner to act as exclusive distributor of Optasia Medical's SpineAnalyzer software for vertebral fracture case-finding, covering sales and service across The Netherlands. (more…)
A new tool is being developed by experts in Manchester which automatically searches medical images for early signs of osteoporosis in the spine by identifying fractures there and could help reduce the number of future potentially fatal hip fractures. (more…)
To see the value of SpineAnalyzer for yourself, we are pleased to offer a new service where you may upload a DICOM or TIFF image and we will email back a demonstration SpineAnalyzer report within one working day. Find out more here.
We are pleased to announce an update to SpineAnalyzer 4.0. We've introduced many usability improvements including keyboard shortcuts, default image import options and improved PACS searching as well as fix several defects. Sign up today for a free and fully supported 30 Day Evaluation.
Cheadle Hulme, Cheshire, United Kingdom, November 1, 2013 – Optasia Medical today announced the appointment of Anthony Holmes, Ph.D. as Chief Executive Officer. Dr. Holmes replaces Dr. Peter Steiger, who served as the Company’s CEO since its creation in 2006 and will continue to serve as Optasia Medical’s non-executive Chairman... read more →
Osteoporosis and low bone mass affect over 40 million Americans. With osteoporosis causing two million bone breaks every year at an estimated annual cost of $17 billion to the Medicare system, osteoporosis-related fractures are responsible for significant human and financial costs. One proven and effective way to improve patient outcomes... read more →
It has long been recognized that a vertebral fracture is a strong predictor of future osteoporotic fractures and constitutes a diagnosis of osteoporosis. However, clear clinical guidelines on how to find vertebral fractures, only one third of which come to clinical attention, have been lacking. The National Osteoporosis Foundation’s newly... read more →
Manchester, UK, and Sudbury, MA, February 3, 2011 — Optasia Medical, a leading image analysis software applications provider today announced that it has received 510(k) clearance from the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for SpineAnalyzer™, an innovative workflow tool for the quantitative assessment of vertebral deformities in patients... read more →