Screening programs, radiology information systems and value-driven financial models are all key opportunities for the specialty.
The Texas-based rad tech was temporarily suspended from practicing on Monday and remains in jail on a $15,000 bond.
Trainees will need to harness the same energy used during the pandemic to take on the "next challenge to world health," two experts argued in Radiology.
Variation among physician and patient preferences requires an individualized approach to communicating findings, Weill Cornell Medicine experts wrote in JACR.
The 13-page white paper touches on everything from specific findings and reporting terms, to balancing a patients' risk and benefits.
Leading experts say there is no clinical evidence the controversial drug can help patients with cerebral amyloid angiopathy, a condition similar to Alzheimer's disease.
Medicine is typically a logic-driven field, but experts say innovative thinking can make any provider better.
Plus, AI specialist TeraRecon welcomes its new president and a renowned musculoskeletal radiologist passes.
Richard O'Brien said he shouldn't be on the hook for exam costs after doctors couldn't download imaging data nor receive his files electronically from radiology provider Priority.
Guided meditation helped all patients complete their exams and produced high-quality scans comparable to using pharmacological interventions.
The 107th iteration of the world's largest medical imaging conference will feature talks about the pandemic, equitable care, appropriate imaging, and more.
Focusing on higher-risk groups dropped the pool who qualified for imaging down from 53% to 38%, according to new research published in Cancer Reports.