Healthcare has clearly undergone a complete change in recent months. Old ways of working are obsolete, long waiting lists have arisen for regular care patients with the need for critical treatments, which only increases the workload for your organization. In addition, investments are being postponed or are under pressure.
It is abundantly clear that it is now an absolute necessity to prepare for working in the new (imaging) reality. A reality where patients are optimally protected, risks are minimized and resources need to be optimized.
We are committed to helping you by offering:
– solutions to increase your workflow
– practical and flexible rental and mobile solutions that are immediately ready for use
– financially friendly solutions
and much, much more.
Canon Medical’s Made for Life philosophy is a long-standing commitment towards our partners, patients and you. And as befits a real partnership, we are also here to advise and help you adapt to the New Imaging Reality.
Read further down below this page on how we can help you.
If there’s one thing we’ve learned during the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s how resilient and adaptable the global healthcare industry is. Even in the midst of higher workloads, longer waiting lists, and lower investment returns, it’s clear to see that all is definitely not lost.
With this new reality comes the opportunity to forge a new path, to work together in pursuit of a healthcare system that’s dynamic, efficient and centred around your patients. At Canon Medical, we’re here to help you navigate this new normal with solutions that streamline your workflow and increase your business’s cost efficiencies.
You can learn more about these solutions at our virtual ECR 2020 booth, we are again showcasing a range of new and exciting innovations across every modality.
We look forward to seeing you there.
We are here, even when we’re not there. We understand that your patients are relying on you, and equally, we want you to rely on us too. At Canon Medical we are making every endeavour to minimize the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak and to maintain the highest level of customer service, by providing support on critical healthcare equipment.
Inspired by the famous ‘container concept’, the Canon Medical Scan Unit is a portable imaging solution that can be used wherever and whenever it’s needed most. Not only does it come equipped with an Aquilion Prime SP or Aquilion Lightning SP, it includes a separate operating room to lower the risk of person-to-person COVID-19 transmission.
For more information, click HERE.
To bridge temporary high workloads, we provide static rental or mobile clinical solutions. Our fleet of mobile imaging trailers is equipped with state-of-the-art medical equipment. All that is required to take advantage of a mobile solution is sufficient parking and power facilities. At Canon Medical Systems we’re also offering static rental solutions to meet your immediate clinical needs. Please click HERE for more information.
To aid in your pressing lung imaging needs, Vital is offering a complimentary, temporary 90-day licensing of the CT Lung Analysis, CT Lung Density Analysis and Vitrea Image Denoising applications for Vitrea Advanced Visualization customers.
Click HERE to download the complete CT Lung Imaging – Temporary 90-day Licensing document
With our InnerVision remote diagnostics, we ensure that most of calls are resolved remotely by our highly trained engineers or application specialists, who can monitor your systems remotely and assist our local engineers in preventing problems. All without the need for an engineer to attend on site. All without interrupting your essential flow of patient care.
Click HERE to download our InnerVision brochure
We provide direct access to the cleaning, disinfection and sterilization guides for our products in order to help health facilities to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Please click HERE to visit our dedicated page for more information.
Webinar : The “New Routine” for Radiology post Coronavirus peak
Prof. Hamm, Prof. Fischer, Dr. Niehues, and Dr. Diekhoff from the Charité University Hospital in Berlin share how they continued to provide optimal patient care, while developing new ways of working, during the COVID-19 crisis and beyond. Click here to watch the full webinar.
Webinar: MR in the post COVID era
Hear from leading clinicians in Europe and the USA as they discuss the importance of MRI in a post-COVID-19 world. Click here to watch the full webinar.
Luca Saba, MD, PhD
Professor of Radiology
University of Cagliari, Italy
Learn how MRI can help detect COVID-19 related vascular and neuro conditions.
Joao Lima, MD
Professor of Medicine and Radiology
John Hopkins University, USA
Hear how MRI helped clinicians in Maryland diagnose and treat the most severe COVID-19 cases as well as identify specific cardiac conditions.
Josep Puig, MD, PhD
Professor of Radiology
Comparative Medicine and Bioimage
Centre of Catalonia, Spain
Discover how MRI will contribute to diagnosing COVID-19 related neurological disorders as well as support future COVID-19 research.
Vincent Dousset, MD, PhD
Professor of Medical Imaging
Bordeaux University Hospital, France
Find out how MRI was able to highlight a range of neurological conditions in Europe during COVID-19.
Webinar: COVID-19 Impact and Experiences
The COVID-19 crisis is perhaps the first global pandemic that has called upon the radiology community to help with the delivery of crucial frontline patient care. Watch the full webinar to find out how three major European hospitals have utilized diagnostic imaging to detect and monitor the virus in real-time. Click here to watch the full webinar.
Russell Bull, MD
Royal Bournemouth Hospital,
Discover how Dr. Bull established a link between COVID-19 and thrombi/pulmonary embolism.
Catherine Roy, MD, PhD
Mickaël Ohana, MD, PhD
Strasbourg University Hospital,
Find out what life was like for these radiologists on the COVID-19 frontline.
Monique Brink, MD, PhD
Radboud University Medical Center,
Learn more about CO-RADS and how it can provide a categorical CT assessment scheme for suspected COVID-19 patients.
Mathias Prokop, MD, PhD
Radboud University Medical Center,
Discover what Prof. Prokop sees as the key learnings from the COVID-19 crisis as he shares a summary of insights.
“The entire Canon team and all the internal and external partners involved in this project have our gratitude. You are doing the hardest part and we will do everything possible on our side to make this beautiful facility a reality for the benefit of the patients.”
“Can I personally thank you and your Canon colleagues for all the hard work that’s going on behind the scenes. Even though none of you work for the NHS, I consider you all part of the family…the NHS isn’t just doctors and nurses.”
“We contacted Canon, the supplier of our current CT scanner, at an early stage of the Corona pandemic. They immediately released a suitable scanner for the hospital and contributed to the placement. It took a lot of thinking, hard labor and tight coordination to get it installed. The job was completed within 10 days. As medical leader of the Radiology department, I am extremely proud of this achievement.”
Stay up to date with Canon Medical’s response
Since the beginning of the year, we have collaborated with a range of international organizations to help lessen the impact of COVID-19 and ensure healthcare professionals are equipped with the vital resources they need. Find more about our activities and stay up to date with our President’s remarks below.
01/04/2020 A message from our President. Read the message
18/03/2020 A message from our President. Read the message
25/02/2020 Canon Medical helps develop rapid COVID-19 testing kits. Read the article