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The algorithms will analyze various pieces of information, including CT images and vital signs, to help clinicians determine disease severity and predict patient outcomes.

The $750,000 in funding will be used to establish a new educational institution, part of the organization's Global Learning Centers program launched last year.

Digital breast tomosynthesis has proven to be more effective than traditional mammography, notably in the millions of women with dense breasts.

The Feinstein Institutes for Medical Research, part of healthcare giant Northwell Health, hopes the funding can help the nearly 1.5 million Americans affected by this autoimmune disease.

The ACR—along with seven other radiology organizations—said thousands could die due to delayed diagnoses caused by the pandemic and urged governors to take action.

The money will help power 10 individual research cores, including one focused on using neuroimaging methods to analyze brain changes associated with the disease.

One Seattle physician believes providers that prioritize strategic opportunities over operational challenges will be better positioned in the post-COVID future.

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.

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.

The system, known as Aspects, is the first neuroimaging solution in the FDA’s computer-assisted diagnostic software category to receive this designation.