Optellum® Virtual Nodule Clinic manages incidental pulmonary nodules

Almost 2 million* incidental pulmonary nodules (IPNs) are identified every year in the US, but as many as 60%** of these patients are not contacted, diagnosed, or treated.

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Use Virtual Nodule Clinic to help you: 

Increase the number of identified incidental lung nodule patients

Capture patients with incidental nodules through automated analysis of radiology reports.

Ensure that no patient falls in between the cracks and is lost to follow-up

Track all follow-up decisions and ensure their completion through automatic alerts. 

Review all relevant information in one view for easy physician decision making

Easily navigate and display current and prior CT scans and reports with the patient timeline. 

Make optimal clinical management decisions with AI Lung Cancer Prediction

Seamlessly integrates the world’s first imaging AI-powered lung cancer clinical decision support. 

Patients and physicians benefit from Optellum’s Virtual Nodule Clinic.

How patients are managed:

Analyze relevant reports

All radiology reports are automatically scanned to find patient with incidental pulmonary nodules. 

PACS
Current and prior CT images are automatically uploaded 

Identify patient​

All patients are automatically added to a dashboard of patients ready for enrollment and follow-ups, securely accessible through a web browser from any computer.

Make optimal clinical decision

Review relevant patient information in one view, track pulmonary nodules longitudinally, use the AI lung cancer prediction to make optimal clinical management decision.

Virtual Nodule Clinic integrates with the Optellum Lung Cancer Prediction AI to provide diagnostic assistance to clinicians. Read more about the Optellum platform or book a demo with our sales team.

FDA and CE class I medical device, developed under ISO 13485:2016. Optellum Lung Cancer Prediction (LCP) FDA 510(K).
* Optellum projections based on Gould MK, Tang T, Liu IL, Lee J, Zheng C, Danforth KN, Kosco AE, Di Fiore JL, Suh DE. Recent Trends in the Identification of Incidental Pulmonary Nodules. Am J Respir Crit Care Med. 2015 Nov 15;192(10):1208-14
** Pyenson BS, Bazell CM, Bellanich MJ, Caplen MA, Zulueta JJ. No Apparent Workup for most new Indeterminate Pulmonary Nodules in US Commercially-Insured Patients. JHEOR. 2019;6(3):118-129.