Volpara Blog

We need to reframe the density conversation

Breast density is a hot topic in Australia right now, as it should be—international research has shown that women with dense breasts have a significant increase in the risk of...

Customer Success is Transformative—Our Transition to SaaS

When Volpara Health Technologies first commenced operations, we were a traditional medical device company—we built software products, sold them and then went back to the purchaser when we had something...

Customer Testimony - Imaging Associates

In this video, Imaging Associates Radiologist and Clinical Director Dr Daniel Lee discusses the positive impact of VolparaEnterprise on the group’s radiology and imaging services.

Introducing Dr Monica Saini, Volpara’s Consultant Diagnostic Radiologist

Cancer is the ultimate egalitarian, anyone is susceptible. This makes it the most fascinating of subjects.

VHT Year in Review

In this interview, Dr Ralph Highnam, CEO provides his perspective on the year that was, including updates on progress and sets out targets for the year ahead.

Record leads and a first peek at new products, Volpara at RSNA 2017

Each year, the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) hosts its annual meeting in Chicago directly after Thanksgiving (end November).

VolparaEnterprise: Sales driven by quality

VolparaEnterprise helps clinics to improve their standard of care, detect cancers earlier and meet the FDA’s EQUIP regulations.

Keep Abreast of Density

Hi! I am Jaime from Breast Kept Secret (BKS), an organisation developed in consultation from experts in the field of breast cancer and breast density, to help women become more...

Improving Breast Imaging Quality Worldwide

Monitoring and improving the quality of breast imaging is essential to regulatory compliance, reducing the number of image retakes, improving clinic performance and most importantly, reducing the rate of breast...

Cloud Computing and Artificial Intelligence in Health

Cloud computing and artificial intelligence, once a definite no-no for hospital IT, is becoming more popular as local IT departments seek to push the risk involved in storing patient data...

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