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Megan Applegate
 - Ebola
Health Imaging

The arrival of the Ebola virus in the U.S. last year caught at least one medical facility off guard and has prompted officials to rethink response protocols when it comes to the highly fatal, infectious disease.

 - Brain
Health Imaging

When it comes to 3D printing in healthcare, long gone are the days of rustic, stiff protocols that offered more novelty than real-world use.

 - Alert
Clinical Innovation + Technology

Clinical decision support (CDS) in imaging has emerged from pop-up alerts to an industry-wide culture of sharing expertise and accountability.

 - diagnostic monitor
Health Imaging

High-end consumer-grade monitors now have the capability of displaying high-resolution images, and a small cadre of radiology professionals are working behind-the-scenes to offer ways to calibrate these new technologies.

 - Workflow analytics
Health Exec

Radiology IT system hiccups that result in downtimes are generally mild and only modestly impact radiologist workflows.

 - Man holding heart
Health Imaging

An artist has harnessed information provided by MRI to illustrate how love affects our brains—namely by activating oxytocin and dopamine-producing regions, according to an article published online this month by Fast Company.

 - Radiation
Health Imaging

A recently developed radioprotective compound has shown potential to protect healthy tissue from ionizing radiation associated with cancer treatment.

 - brain, stroke
Health Imaging

Doppler ultrasonography (US) is an effective and relatively low-cost tool in identifying patients with asymptomatic carotid stenosis who would most benefit from more invasive treatment, according to a study published in the February edition of Radiology.

 - Puzzle Pieces
Health Imaging

Structured reporting of results for multiphasic CT resulted in improved cancer reporting and surgery planning, according to a study published in the February edition of Radiology.

 - Andrew Georgiou, PhD
Clinical Innovation + Technology

Implementing an electronic safety net for communicating imaging findings can help these results get acknowledged in a timely manner, often within 24 hours, according to a study published online in the Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association.