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 - Lincoln Berland, MD
Sponsored by an educational grant from Nuance
Recognizing the explosion in clinical factors affecting the outcome and diagnosis of disease, Lincoln Berland, MD, played an instrumental role in the development of clinical criteria beginning in 2006. As then-chair of the ACR Abdominal Imaging Committee, and with the support of the ACR, he...
 - Don Naugler, Nuance
Sponsored by an educational grant from Nuance
When Medicare launched its Physician Quality Reporting System (PQRS) in 2007, the agency might just as well have come right out and told physicians: Show your quality or forfeit your profitability.
 - Doctor with iPad
Sponsored by an educational grant from McKesson
The ubiquity of smartphones and tablets has transformed the way physicians can access healthcare information, including imaging. Vendors have tried to step up to the plate by offering myriad solutions to display data on mobile devices, but providers and their vendor partners would be wise to not...
 - network
Sponsored by an educational grant from Perceptive Software
How do you create an enterprise imaging strategy to manage data in 20 different centers across the country? How about 115 locations? While the challenge may seem more daunting with a more expansive network, the Center for Diagnostic Imaging (CDI) found that a single vendor neutral archive (VNA)...
 - Coronis Uniti, Barco
Sponsored by an educational grant from Barco
Despite working with some of the most cutting-edge technology, radiologists often get shortchanged in one specific area: reading room design. Fortunately, those looking to improve their reading environment don’t need to start a major construction project. Instead, the latest diagnostic display...