Entries by Rachel Norvell

CereScan on Forbes: What Radiology Tech Can Learn From Baseball’s Electronic Strike Zone Debate 

Last baseball season when the electronic strike zone idea was once again hotly debated, the striking similarities between the issues baseball and radiology face – accuracy, objectivity, efficiency – became glaringly obvious. The idea of using technology to increase game consistency and accuracy is a controversial one. The same could be said of the use […]

How to Close the Gap Between Healthy Aging and Growing Old

Living forever has always been a dream of mankind. Since the 20th century, we’ve increased life expectancy by 30 years from 49 to 79, but are we living those additional years to the fullest? Americans are consuming healthcare services at an increasingly intense rate the older we become. While U.S. residents over the age of 65 […]

CereScan on Forbes.com: Using Data Analytics to Fight the Opioid Crisis

The opioid crisis statistics are alarming: Drug overdoses, most of which are related to opioids, killed over 64,000 people in the United States last year — an increase of 21% over 2015. Disturbing as those numbers are, understanding the data behind opioid addiction, and analyzing the overwhelming information being collected is critical to fighting the drug crisis. In […]

CereScan is Now In-Network with United Healthcare Insurance

We are proud to announce that all brain diagnostic services offered at CereScan’s Colorado location are now covered in-network by United Healthcare Insurance. It is now easier than ever to get the answers that you or a loved one deserve. At CereScan, it’s important for us to make our brain diagnostic services available to those who need them. […]