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Breast imaging advocates are expressing frustration over elements of the USPSTF’s new guidelines for breast screening.

Imaging Policy & Legislation April 29, 2024

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Medicare reimbursement to physicians per beneficiary has declined over the last 16 years, with radiologists among the biggest losers.

Artificial Intelligence April 25, 2024

Nuclear Medicine’s AI Uptake April 25, 2024

Is AI in nuclear medicine hype or reality? Two new articles consider the question.

Brain Imaging April 22, 2024

CT Changes Headache Workup April 22, 2024

Increased use of CT for patients with acute-onset headache could be causing a decline in more invasive procedures like lumbar puncture.

Breast Imaging April 18, 2024

Breast Screening Goes Green April 18, 2024

A new study shows how breast screening can be more environmentally friendly by bringing mammography to the people.

Radiologists April 15, 2024

Radiologist Pay Grows 3% April 15, 2024

Annual salaries for US radiologists grew 3.1% in 2023, not enough to keep up with inflation.

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