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Leslie K. Anderson

Sweden has led the way in instituting successful mammography practices. Here are some lessons to learn on efficiency and effectiveness.

Cardiovascular information systems (CVIS) are providing the means to integrate the business of cardiology with the practice of cardiology at the point of care—with great results for managers.

Some 12,000 attendees are expected to fill the Los Angeles ConventionCenter for ASTRO’s 49th Annual Meeting, Oct. 28 –Nov. 1. This year’stheme, “Treating Cancer While Preserving Quality of Life,” embraces allaspects of oncologic care.

When it comes to planning radiology department needs, furniture used to be on the bottom of the list. Today, as more thought is given to maximizing work space and providing better ergonomic working solutions that are flexible and more comfortable for a variety of radiologists, furniture has become an important component of the planning stage.

With new and improved CVIS, electronic reporting and connectivity is now readily available to cardiology departments.

The explosion in coronary CTA has created a need to educate practitioners on its appropriateness of use—who, what, when, where, and why.

Executives from GE Healthcare, Philips Medical Systems, Siemens Medical Solutions, and Toshiba America Medical Systems, as well as radiologists, offer their perspective on the future of CT.