Mammography Educators

In The Spotlight

 We're honored that our methods and trainers are being recognized by our partners, clients and the public.

Densitas® Inc., a global provider of A.I. technologies for digital mammography and breast screening, announced today their partnership with Mammography Educators to offer the first artificial intelligence powered telehealth technologist training platform to support business continuity in mammography facilities…

Jennifer Jodrey, a Billings Clinic mammography technologist, didn’t even know she needed the training. Performing mammograms — using low-dose X-rays to image examine the tissue of a woman’s breast, most often to detect cancer — is her job, and she’s been doing it daily without problems, but it only took a day or so of training with Louise Miller, education director and co-founder of Mammography Educators, to see the difference in her work…

Breast Cancer/Screening

National breast imaging expert Louise Miller, RTRM, visited The Breast Center of Suburban Imaging this week to provide advanced training to staff, focusing on enhanced skills for the breast imaging technologists. One-on-one training sessions were held with each of The Breast Center technologists, demonstrating better ergonomics and positioning for patients while they have a mammogram, and also for the technologist who performs the exam…

The companies have been working together since the 2018 integration of Mammography Educators training videos into Volpara Analytics™, the first software to provide automated and objective assessment of image quality on every mammogram, including positioning. The U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) attributes poor positioning as the cause of most clinical image deficiencies and most failures of accreditation.

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