More can be done to change this trend, argued authors of a recent study published in the American Journal of Roentgenology.

New Mexico-based Roosevelt General Hospital said 500 medical records were involved, but it hasn't yet confirmed that any patient information has been misused.

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.

Second opinions were taken under advisement in a majority of instances, but it remains unclear why some fell by the wayside.

The auditors found VA staff did not abide by guidelines for nearly 106,000 requests for radiology and nuclear medicine tests, resulting in tests that were delayed or not performed, according to reporting from USA Today.

CT colonography’s uphill climb may only get steeper, as researchers have achieved 100% accuracy identifying cancers below the surface of colorectal tissue by combining optical coherence tomography with deep learning.

Hospitals and health systems taking the leap into enterprise imaging have some pressing questions to consider, including who controls the imaging data?

Many institutions are making radiology reports available via online portals, but can patients actually understand the information in them?

The Silicon Valley giant was set to publish a dataset containing 100,000 chest x-rays, until it received an urgent call from the National Institutes of Health.

St. George University Hospitals Foundation Trust in the U.K. admitted that missed radiology findings contributed to the death of three patients at its hospital, according to reporting from Health Services Journal.

An Australian researcher found labeling problems, some "significant," within two large, publicly available medical imaging datasets.

The Ovarian-Adnexal Reporting and Data System combines a common North American approach with a widely used European algorithmic technique, created by an American College of Radiology-sponsored team.