The jump was much less severe for radiologists overall and may hint at a need for institutional changes, researchers wrote in Academic Radiology.
Attendees can offer evidence either prior to the meeting or upon entrance to McCormick Place, with more details to follow.
Relying on pre-established dose guidance can keep patients from undergoing clinically necessary exams, top radiation safety organizations cautioned in a new joint statement.
The renowned NewYork-Presbyterian radiologist will become the first woman to hold this position, effective Sept. 1.
Providers share some of the blame, and should provide patients with written documentation of the offending contrast material, experts argued in Clinical Imaging.
Computed tomography and CTA for head and neck indications shot up by nearly 50% in patients 65 and older, according to patient-level claims data spanning 2007-2017.
More than 800,000 of the 40 million annual ED visits in the U.S. now involve spine injuries, and imaging use for these traumas has tripled in some populations.
Well-rounded rads remain fundamental to community settings and patient care despite the growing move toward subspecialization, two experts argued in JACR.
The American College of Radiology is among those dedicated to creating a more inclusive healthcare environment.
Focusing on workflow changes rather than staffing levels may be critical to curbing burnout and ensuring providers achieve better work-life balance.
Plus, Butterfly Network hires two C-suite executives and a former radiologic technologist assumes the role of COO.
Screening programs, radiology information systems and value-driven financial models are all key opportunities for the specialty.
The message has since drawn more than 1,700 likes and attention from members of the specialty, including the American College of Radiology.
Zotec Partners has responded by countersuing, calling the latest complaint a “smokescreen” to hide imaging providers’ own violation of their contract.
Two different companies announced that they are recalling all lots of the medication.