Webinars and Podcasts
Webinar • FEBRUARY 24, 2021 • 12 pm EST
The Coughing Dog
Is it Cardiac or Respiratory?
Dr. Alan Spier, DACVIM, board certified veterinary cardiologist, will explore several real-world case examples and deep dive into the different disease processes that must be differentiated to establish a diagnosis. In this webinar, you'll learn about the primary cardiac mechanisms and respiratory causes of canine cough; tips and tricks for interpreting thoracic radiographs, and how AI can help; and the importance of history, signalment and the physical exam, including breed and age-specific diseases.Access the Recording
Webinar • OCTOBER 21, 2020
The Top 3 Reasons AI is a Must-Have For Veterinary Practice Owners
In this webinar, Dr. Karen Bradley shares how Onion River Animal Hospital, her 8-doctor companion animal practice in Vermont, is using SignalPET's artificial intelligence technology to reduce 3rd party radiologist consults by 50% and make faster, high-quality treatment decisions with real-time radiology reports.Watch the Recording
Webinar • SEPTEMBER 23, 2020
AI as Your Second Set of Eyes in Radiology – using SignalPET with Keystone
In this webinar, we'll share real-world case examples and explain how AI-supported radiology is playing an even more powerful role as a diagnostic tool for thousands of practicing veterinarians across the globe. And we'll show you how the automated integration with Keystone makes it even simpler to standardize your records and have a one-stop-shop for viewing AI radiology reports.Watch the Recording
Webinar • AUGUST 11, 2020
Saving time and improving diagnostic confidence with radiographs: using AI in practice
Dr. Gaines White, Conyers Animal Hospital shared his experience using SignalPET’s artificial intelligence technology in practice to get radiographic results faster and improve the efficiency and confidence of his clinical team.Watch the Recording
1-hour RACE Approved CE Webinar • JULY 23, 2020
Fifty(ish) Shades of Gray in Thoracic Radiographs
In this highly interactive webinar, Dr. Erin Epperly, DACVR has sorted through the gray areas of thoracic radiology to help clear up the confusion, identify common pitfalls, and offer actionable insights on how to improve your diagnoses using thoracic radiographs.Watch the Recording
1-hour RACE Approved CE Webinar • MARCH 31, 2020
The 10 Most Common Radiology Findings in Practice
Dr. Neil Shaw, DACVIM has discussed the most common radiology findings that SignalPET detects as well as the associated medical interpretations of these findings.Watch the Recording
Podcast • MARCH 19, 2020
“Improving Radiology” by Veterinary Innovation Podcast
On the 37th episode of Veterinary Innovation Podcast, Lior Kuyer, the CEO of SignalPET has discussed how to improve the radiology process for veterinarians, the challenges involved in implementing machine learning, and the most exciting thing in veterinary radiology today.Play the Recording
Webinar • FEBRUARY 26, 2020
What the heck is "Pulmonary Parenchymal Pattern" and what does it mean clinically for my patient?
In this webinar, Dr. Chelsea Kunst, DACVR has reviewed the pulmonary parenchymal patterns and what it means for your clients.Watch the Recording
From The SignalPET Community
"When I first looked at SignalPET, I thought this is going to be revolutionary. We now have a service that reviews all of our X-rays and provides better care for our patients."
Dr. Brian Hurley, DVM
Gardner Animal Care Center
"All the veterinarians and staff really, really liked SignalPET and we were really pleased with the ease of the software. We found that it added incredible value for our radiology services. Our patients are now able to get care faster, and our clients are really really pleased to see all the good test results."
Dr. Kerry Peterson, DVM
Pet Wellness Clinics
"We take the x-rays and wait for the SignalPET reports to come in before we call the clients just to get that second confirmation. And the reports come back really quickly. I think the clients really like that; where they can see where the problems were."
Dr. Brooke Certa, DVM
Coastal Animal Clinic
"It's definitely not a replacement for a radiologist, but it serves a very important like kind of stepping stone function, helping you decide what cases actually need that escalation to that radiologist or which cases you can deal with yourself in house that you don't need a specialist to come in and read out."
Dr. Vijay Nair, VMD
Veterinary Emergency Center
"As a practice owner, having SignalPET for my other doctors is really nice. One of them is a new grad and so, when she's working, SignalPET is able to give her that assurance if I'm not on site; she has something to back her up."
Dr. Sarah Vineyard, DVM
Owner, Colony Veterinary Hospital
"SignalPET makes technology a little bit easier, especially for those who are not as technologically advanced as others."
Dr. Tyler Lawnichak, DVM
St. Augustine Regional Veterinary Emergency Center
"Our practice has been using SignalPET since day one of their launch. The AI technology is absolutely amazing and it has raised our level of confidence reading radiographs immensely with little additional cost to the client. We utilize SignalPET for every radiograph we take regardless of how simple the case may be. Many times SignalPET has found signals that we would surely have missed in our busy day practice such as tiny uroliths, pulmonary masses, and subtle orthopedic abnormalities to name a few."
Dr. Howard J. Small, VMD
Forest Lakes Animal Clinic
"We have had an excellent experience thus far and are very excited to integrate the SignalPET format into both practices. We have found the format to be easy to use and very helpful in interpreting our radiographs."
Dr. Gaines White, DVM
Conyers Animal Hospital
"To me, the biggest thing is being able to show my clients the value they are getting. With SignalPET, I can send the client the "client friendly" report and with that, they can see for themselves the value of the money they spent on those X-rays. I think that's very important and invaluable.."
Dr. Karen Bradley
Owner, Onion River Animal Hospital