#398 – The Resource Wire

  • See Dr. Brian Goldner of UC Davis Sacramento detail his experience with Canon’s Ultra High Resolution CT and how it can be applied to cardiothoracic interpretations.
  • This Bayer case study details how radiation benchmarking programs can help push CT dose exposure reduction initiatives from achieving compliance to driving quality.
  • Associated Urologists of North Carolina just became the latest home of one of United Imaging’s uCT 530 CT systems. See why Associated Urologists’ Cary, NC office called United Imaging’s CT team “the best.”
  • Hybrid care, digitization, and the move to the cloud are three of Intelerad’s Five Healthcare Trends to Watch detailed in this spot-on report.
  • Do your radiologists want faster and less manual access to imaging studies? See how the Indiana Health Information Exchange (IHIE), the largest inter-organizational clinical data repository in the US, cut its imaging study retrieval time by 94% when it adopted Nuance PowerShare.
  • See how GE Healthcare’s new Revolution Ascend CT system’s Effortless Workflow helps radiologists and technologists become more efficient by addressing the most time-consuming part of the CT experience: the steps required outside the scan.
  • Thinking about adding PET/CT to your clinical offerings but don’t have the patient volume to support a full-time scanner? Check out Siemens Healthineers’ fleet of Biograph mobile PET/CT solutions to learn how we can provide reliable, high-quality imaging with a focus on the patient experience – no matter the location.
  • We talk a lot about radiology practices’ AI adoption, but usually don’t have much evidence to back it up. That changes with this new Arterys report detailing how and why 30 US radiology groups became imaging AI adopters.
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