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 - unhappy doctor

A recent study from the University of Pennsylvania (UPenn) found one-in-eight patients at the institution with imaging findings of possible cancer did not receive necessary follow-up care within three months of the finding, signaling the need for better electronic tracking and automatic notification of results.

 - woman at computer

A new crowdsharing site that discloses the true cost for patients of common, and expensive, procedures could pave the way for important dialogue between insurance providers, physicians and the customer/patient.

 - Safety First

CT procedures has proven riskier than MRI when it comes to accidental contrast medium extravasation, a recent study finds.

 - RSNA 2014

There’s a very important tradition that takes place in Chicago at the end of every November, and it doesn’t involve turkey or football—it’s the Radiological Society of North America’s Annual Meeting and Scientific Assembly.

 - Mayfield

Radiology administrators have a lot on their minds these days.