Improving Diagnostic Confidence with AI

Improving Diagnostic Confidence with AI

Non-CE Webinar | August 11, 2020


Improving Diagnostic Confidence with AI

Join us for a session with Dr. Gaines White, DVM of Conyers Animal Hospital in Georgia. In this quick-20 minute chat, Dr. White will share how he's using SignalPET's artificial intelligence technology in practice to:
  • Get reliable radiographic results faster - in minutes, not days
  • Improve diagnostic confidence and support newer veterinarians 
  • Save time and improve the efficiency of their clinical team
  • Engage and delight clients with easy-to-read reports at the point of care
He'll share real-world case examples and explain how AI-supported radiology is playing an even more powerful role as a diagnostic tool at his hospitals.

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Meet Dr. Gaines White

Dr. White, who was raised in Kingsport, Tennessee, has been practicing veterinary medicine for nearly 30 years. He earned his Bachelor of Science degree in biology from Wake Forest University in 1986. In 1990 he graduated from the University of Tennessee with his Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine. He moved to Conyers and become an associate at Conyers Animal Hospital in 1991. In 1996 he became a partner and then sole owner in 2010. Dr. White recently purchased Social Circle Veterinary Hospital and is looking forward to getting to know the clients and their families as he has at Conyers Animal Hospital.

Dr. White is a member of the Georgia Veterinary Medical Association and the American Veterinary Medical Association. He is a resident of Conyers and has been involved in a variety of organizations to help the community including the United Way of Metropolitan Atlanta, Conyers Rotary Club, Prevent Child Abuse Rockdale, Walk of Hero’s Veterans Memorial Park, Leadership Rockdale, Conyers/ Rockdale Chamber of Commerce, Hands Across Rockdale and the Rockdale Hospital Foundation. He was named a 5-Star Veterinarian by clients and peers in Atlanta Magazine, November 2010, and Voted “Best Veterinarian” in Rockdale and Newton County 2018.