London-based imaging tech company received the green-light for its red dot “instant triage” platform.

The editorial board of Radiology has established a team of imaging experts who are actively coordinating, developing and implementing readiness policies for COVID-19.

U.K researchers also recommend incorporating breathing tests into low-dose CT lung cancer screening programs to better diagnose the disease.

New York-based Northeast Radiology said 29 patients' information was accessed and is notifying additional individuals whose information was put at-risk during the breach.

A group of four U.K.-based thoracic radiologists analyzed the pros and cons of ramping up computed tomography imaging amid the recent pandemic, editorializing their thoughts in the BMJ.

Sandia National Laboratories will use the award to create a wearable magnetoencephalography brain imaging prototype.

Enterprise security firm Palo Alto Networks analyzed more than 1.2 million devices stationed across thousands of U.S. healthcare institutions for its research. 

Imaging findings vary according to an individual's COVID-19 disease state, researchers reported recently, which can help clinicians develop effective treatment strategies.

Budapest, Hungary-based Kinepict Health says its software produces higher-quality images and may ultimately make the technology more powerful and safer for patients.

The American College of Radiology offered up imaging suggestions for healthcare facilities and said efforts required to eliminate contamination in exam rooms could lead to "substantial problems for patient care."

USARad said its new system will connect a network of chest CT-trained radiologists to providers on the front-lines of this growing pandemic.

The American Board of Artificial Intelligence in Medicine was recently incorporated as a not-for-profit, with plans to "transform healthcare for everyone."