Private practices face different informatics challenges than larger institutions, but Adam H. Kaye, MD, with Advanced Radiology Consultants in Bridgeport, Connecticut, believes there are a number of areas radiologists can focus on to show value to the institution and drive profits.
Chris Roth, MD, PhD and vice chair of information technology and clinical informatics at Duke University Medical Center once led a enterprise imaging initiative that resulted in hard times for the hospital and himself—but he helped implement a governance strategy so his mistakes are never repeated.
Paaladinesh "Dinesh" Thavendiranathan, MD, a scientist at Canada’s Toronto General Hospital Research Institute, recently discussed how cardiac imaging and biomarkers can significantly improve cancer patient care at the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) annual meeting.
PET imaging may better predict long-term benefits and guide discontinuation of therapy compared to standard contrast CT for patients with metastatic melanoma, according to findings presented Monday, June 4, at the 2018 American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) annual meeting in Chicago.
A group of imaging leaders took to the stage during a session at the Society for Imaging informatics in Medicine (SIIM) 2018 annual meeting to share memorable hardships related to imaging informatics and what they learned.
Research presented at ASCO 2018 found that using contrast perfusion-weighted MRI enhanced by artificial intelligence (AI) and texture analysis can differentiate between brain tumors according to their mutation status.
Michael Recht, MD, chairman of the department of radiology at NYU Langone Medical Center, said, during a session at SIIM's 2018 annual meeting, that data need to be accurate, customizable, actionable and accessible for a strong analytics program.
The Society for Imaging Informatics in Medicine’s 2018 annual meeting wrapped up June 2 with a keynote address from Curt Langlotz, MD, PhD, with Stanford University, on the rise of artificial intelligence (AI).
A group of panelists at the Society for Imaging Informatics in Medicine (SIIM)'s annual meeting say radiology and pathology must partner to advance both specialties, with a Google-like capability for clinicians as one possible goal.