Imaging Informatics

Coronary artery calcification is a marker of atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease, the leading killer in patients undergoing low-dose CT screening.

A Stanford University-led team pored over more than 7 million exam requests from upward of 244,000 physicians for their findings, shared in the Journal of Digital Imaging.

The ACR detailed how radiologists can prepare to keep patient care operational after an attack in a deep-dive report published this week. 

Dutch doctors graded more than 650 radiology exams at their care center, labeling 20% as "deficient requests," they reported Thursday.

Only 41% of ACR members said they report breast arterial calcifications "always" or "most of the time," according to survey results shared in Academic Radiology.

Timely follow-up imaging increased from 46% before the intervention to 55% afterward, cardiothoracic radiologists reported in JACR.

Many providers are moving toward removing the typical time-delayed release of reports to patients in anticipation of the ONC's new interoperability provisions.

Hospital for Special Surgery in New York today became the first U.S. hospital to implement integrated clinical diagnostics with the launch of a digital pathology solution that unites pathology images and reports with electronic medical record data and radiology images across the enterprise.

New users flooded conversations using the #radiology hashtag, sharing educational webinars, informational sites and journal articles.

A group of MRI specialists drew on their own experience during COVID-19 for their editorial, published in European Radiology.

The company has been named No. 1 in customer satisfaction for the eighth year in a row.

The American College of Radiology's catalog includes 111 class 2 medical imaging algorithms searchable by company, modality, subspeciality, and more.