In a new report, Utah-based Reaction Data said that "it's obvious that RSNA needs to up its game to make the conference more worthwhile to attend."

Nurses use everything from simple communication to traditional and alternative medicine to help calm patients before they undergo an exam or procedure.

Under the novel methodology, medical students interpret images themselves and receive feedback from instructors, taking them off the sidelines and into the reading room.

The percentage of imaging experts who prefer to deal with distress on their own is higher than last year's Medscape survey.

More than a quarter of academic imaging experts cited a lack of autonomy and conflict with institutional leadership as contributing factors to workplace fatigue, according to a new survey.

The former CEO of San Rafael, California-based Sanovas was found guilty of wire fraud and money laundering for siphoning millions from the company toward luxury purchases. 

Col. Mohammad Naeem, MD, was presented with the Surgeon General's highest honor—the Maj. Gen. Lewis Aspey Mologne Award.

A lawsuit alleged radiologist Steven Fuhr spent seconds reading nearly 700 CT scans, missing a brain bleed that led to a patient's eventual death.

The National Kidney Foundation joined the college in releasing a new consensus document that answers key questions and offers recommendations for using IV contrast in patients with impaired kidney function.

Emory University researchers found their website helped imaging experts understand and implement the brain tumor reporting and data system.

More than 90% of participants said they would use the game for educational purposes again.

One large Chicago hospital is launching an "Abandon the Shield" campaign to educate staff, patients and clinicians before it discontinues the practice.