Designed to support radiologists, radiological technologists and diagnostic imaging managers by increasing clinical confidence, efficiency and productivity. 


One size does not fit all. By leveraging healthcare data specific to an individual patient, better clinical pathways based on risk-stratification can be utilized to determine precise follow-up imaging modalities and screening frequency.


In many jurisdictions, breast density disclosure is becoming a mandatory requirement for every mammography exam performed.  Image quality is also being regulated by nationally set guidelines and standards that must be met for mammography clinics to maintain accreditation.



Fully automated breast density assessments provide standardized patient-specific metrics that enable consistent delivery of care.  The reliability and reproducibility of DENSITAS|density is unmatched by radiologists' subjective assessments.


In the new value-based procurement environment, Densitas' technologies provide actionable information that informs radiologists' patient management decisions for improved outcomes at lower costs.


Standard DICOM Images

Densitas' algorithms are purposely built to analyze the same processed images that radiologists view when reporting.  This makes it easier for radiologists to interpret results, and avoids having to establish new image storage and management processes associated with the use of RAW images, which are routinely discarded after acquisition.  It also enables the processing of prior mammograms for historical comparisons, and re-processing of mammograms in the case of algorithm updates.

Clinically Validated

We've published multiple articles highlighting the excellent agreement between DENSITAS|density and expert radiologists.  The known association between breast density and cancer risk has been verified in a number of research studies using DENSITAS|density density measures.  DENSITAS|density density measures have also been shown to effectively reflect tamoxifen uptake.  And DENSITAS|ImageCheck measures have demonstrated an association with cancer risk. Articles & presentations found here.


Plug & Play

DENSITAS|density and DENSITAS|ImageCheck integrate directly with your PACS, so setup is straightforward and fast.  This facilitates centralized and efficient deployment in clinics with multiple FFDM devices at different locations and from different vendors. 



No one likes waiting.  So we've designed our technologies to be fast.  Our products receive, analyze, and deliver density results back to you for on-demand availability. 

Developed by a dedicated team with deep knowledge in machine learning, digital imaging, medical informatics and clinical care, Densitas products:


Arm diagnostic imaging managers with information to allocate resources efficiently, focusing on optimizing clinical outcomes while reducing cost of care.


Provide clinicians with the information they need to make decisions quickly and confidently about appropriate follow-up breast screening protocols.  These protocols could include ancillary imaging modalities such as MRI, ultrasound, and tomosynthesis, or tailored frequency of follow-up screening. 


Analyze processed mammograms, enabling review of historical mammograms.


Automate workflow and standardize results, promoting consistency in follow-up care and equity in service delivery.



Integrate seamlessly with existing hospital IT infrastructure without the need for an equipment refresh or increased image storage capacity, and require minimal training for use.


When configured for research, Densitas' algorithms process massive amounts of digital mammograms in a single batch of images and generate a single, readily accessible data file for analysis.  The software can generate image-specific data that includes breast density information and an extensive set of additional digital image parameters. 

DENSITAS|density is available for clinical use in the USA, EU, Canada and Australia