Following up on our second whitepaper about image analysis and training content around CT screening, we would like to share part three in the article series.

In this part, we look at the ongoing period of support, coaching and monitoring to achieve the quickest grip on operational anomalies in day-to-day screening. Next, we bring focus on the composition of a learning curve and the impact various factors might have to alter this curve, all related to the process of CT implementation and 3D analysis. This to explore how to reach your implementation goals quicker.

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The content of this paper is built around three main pillars deep-diving into the operator training perspective when transitioning towards CT.

At first, the organization around training programs is looked at, setting the context and requirements for a CT training program. Then, the focus is on the content of training and the actual transition of moving from 2D to 3D image analysis. Finally, a perspective on the continuous monitoring and enhancement of operator performance is discussed.