That's lower than the 76% mark reported in 2019, which is likely due to restrictions and lockdowns during the pandemic.
The American College of Radiology pointed to screening exams as a possible area to enhance imaging access and utilization.
The authors hope these narratives, despite being uncomfortable, will aid in furthering the discussions necessary to incite meaningful change.
Plus, Strategic Radiology's incoming COO and AI firm names a handful of new hires.
That's the case at one academic medical center, which is the first to confirm this phenomenon among radiologists, researchers reported in Clinical Imaging.
Women pinpointed a lack of time as their biggest roadblock to a supportive environment, new survey results revealed.
Relying on monitors that lack certain technical capabilities can obscure image features and harm radiologists' performance.
More than 50% of exams without biopsy-imaging agreement were later deemed malignant, underscoring the need for radiologists to confirm results with other doctors.
Jason Lance, MD, is being charged with three counts connected to a May summit attempt on Denali, formerly known as Mount McKinley, in Alaska.
Morbidity and mortality conferences offer chances to review negative outcomes and implement practice changes to avoid similar events in the future.
Less than 40% of healthcare organizations have mental health resources available to combat employee burnout, which only contributes to the problem, experts said.
The free tool just slightly overshot MRI volumes during the height of the pandemic, greatly outperforming manual estimates.
"Be the squeaky wheel. This issue was taken care of because physicians stood up,” Rad Partners' Richard Heller, MD, told RSNA attendees Monday.
The platform runs on Azure, a cloud computing service operated by Microsoft, which recently announced plans to acquire Nuance for $20B.
Radiology experts analyzed fetal MRIs from 33 women who contracted the virus while bearing a child, sharing their results Tuesday at RSNA.