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 - John Nance, MD
Sponsored by an educational grant from Intelerad
It’s no secret that healthcare in the U.S. provides comparatively poor value. That’s not an opinion. It’s a fact, as costs are high relative to outcomes compared to other Western nations. What can the profession of radiology do to help reduce the former while simultaneously improving the latter?
 - Rasu  Shrestha, MD, MBA
Sponsored by an educational grant from Intelerad
As a broad concept, good consumer value isn’t hard to get a handle on. Varying definitions abound, to be sure, but the phrase is widely understood as shorthand for the best you can get for the least you have to spend without sacrificing too much on quality within a given product or service...
 - DocScan
Sponsored by an educational grant from GE Healthcare
When we look at the future of PET, we think of new biomarkers and applications. Is conventional FDG PET maxed out? Or is there room to improve now? No it is not, and yes there is, molecular imaging experts say.
 - Cloud storage
Sponsored by an educational grant from lifeIMAGE
The “CD factory” had to go. That was the consensus reached four years ago by all parties involved in the handling of diagnostic images at the University of Rochester Medical Center (URMC), the regional healthcare hub in Western New York anchored by 800-bed Strong Memorial Hospital.
 - McKesson's Mammography Plus
Sponsored by an educational grant from McKesson
When working at a high volume breast imaging provider, radiologists can’t afford speed bumps. But hiccups in workflow are inevitable when a radiologist is forced to constantly switch between different workstations, each with their own interfaces and controls.

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