One Seattle physician believes providers that prioritize strategic opportunities over operational challenges will be better positioned in the post-COVID future.
The revamped device also required patients to receive less sedation or anesthesia for their exam, according to Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital researchers.
Interventional mishaps led to more significant patient harms, but diagnostic and organizational miscues must be accounted for as well, Dutch researches explained in the European Journal of Radiology.
Draft legislation recently passed by a House subcommittee ensures the recommendations would be pushed back until 2025.
Oregon piloted the Medicaid model in 2013, reimbursing providers on a fixed per-patient rate rather than traditional per-visit payments.
A Rhode Island physician pushed back against a letter penned Monday in JACR that suggested rads use gadoteridol as the default contrast in order to mitigate institutional liability risk.
Boston Children’s Hospital clinicians sought the answer, testing screening simulation models with data from 29 years' worth of cancer outcomes.
The deep learning hybrid may particularly help less-experienced readers or trainees spot subtle femoral neck breaks, experts wrote in the Journal of Digital Imaging.
The American College of Radiology came out in strong support of the changes, saying the broadened scope could save up to 60,000 lives annually.
18F-PI-2620 revealed the "first evidence" that the radiopharmaceutical could help reliably detect progressive supranuclear palsy, experts said Tuesday in JAMA Neurology.
The system, known as Aspects, is the first neuroimaging solution in the FDA’s computer-assisted diagnostic software category to receive this designation.
The treatment would shorten the course of the disease and cut the number of intensive care patients by one-third, researchers wrote in a letter to the editor published recently.