The Radiological Society of North America is joining forces with key players in the data exchange industry and radiology vendor community to bolster imaging informatics infrastructure and standards.

The American College of Radiology revoked Radiology Disc of Encino’s accreditation after it did not pass a mandatory inspection under the Mammography Quality Standards Act.

Trump signed the tax away last month, putting an end to the levy that was expected to cost up to $24 billion over 10 years.

The laser-based method produces the same quality images as conventional ultrasound, but may benefit patients, such as burn victims, who can't tolerate direct skin contact.

It’s no surprise that AI dominated the landscape this past year, but there were still a number of important stories that will likely become trending topics as radiology continues to evolve.

The concept derives image-based biomarkers from MRI scans to produce a heat map for surgeons to better pinpoint cancers.

Underfunding and a lack of resources have led to significant problems imaging severely injured patients in trauma centers across the UK's health system. The Royal College of Radiologists has called on the government to address the issues.

Radiomic analysis can extract mounds of information from MRIs and help researchers determine if a patient’s cancer is likely to return 10 years after treatment.  

Machine learning is more accurate at predicting the long-term risk of potentially life-threatening cardiac events compared to standard clinical assessments, and eventually may revolutionize cardiovascular care.

The new approach offers more comprehensive information with no loss of image quality, and may alter the care landscape for patients with coronary artery disease.

More individuals are receiving cardiac implanted devices than ever before, and as a result, the number of complications stemming from the wire connecting the device to the heart—known as a lead—are also increasing.

The deep learning-based model yielded a lower false-negative rate for more aggressive cancers compared to traditional approaches.