San Francisco-based Doximity surveyed nearly 44,000 U.S. doctors between 2019 and 2020 for its fourth annual Physician Compensation Report, released Thursday.
The Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT said the decision was made to give healthcare organizations more flexibility as they respond to the ongoing pandemic.
Tokyo-based Astellas's tracer was developed to supplement surgeries and reduces the chance of iatrogenic ureteral injury during colorectal or gynecologic procedures.
The American College of Radiology said it has been fielding many similar inquries on whether standard communication practices may violate federal interoperability regulations.
An IR expert with Oregon Health Sciences University shared his argument recently in the Journal of Vascular and Interventional Radiology.
The Israeli company said it plans to demonstrate its novel imaging technology at RSNA in December.
The American Society for Radiation Oncology said it is "pleased" and "thankful" the federal agency listened to the needs of physician practices.
State-specific regulations and licensing are among the top issues impeding remote reading, researchers noted in AJR.
As part of the endeavor, the Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health will utilize advanced imaging techniques, such as diffusion-weighted MRI.
Imaging experts from two top institutions detailed five factors to consider prior to pulling the trigger.
Ruby Shakelford is the fourth patient to sue radiologist Michael Bigg and Allison Breast Cancer Center in Richmond, Virginia.
In April, the federal government pushed back enforcement of the new rules due to flexibility concerns for healthcare systems battling COVID-19.