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Technologists April 11, 2024

RTs and Radiation Dose April 11, 2024

A new study tracks radiation dose over 40 years to radiologic technologists who assist with interventional radiology procedures.

MR Scanners April 8, 2024

MRI Makes Prostate Screening More Precise April 8, 2024

A series of studies on MRI-aided prostate cancer screening shows the progress being made to make prostate screening more precise.

Telehealth April 4, 2024

Teleradiology Malpractice Risk April 4, 2024

A new study found that medical malpractice cases involving teleradiology more frequently involved patient death and had higher payment amounts.

Brain Imaging March 31, 2024

Is Head CT Overused in the ED? March 31, 2024

A new study suggests head CT could be overused in the emergency department for conditions like headache and dizziness.

Imaging Policy & Legislation March 28, 2024

Imaging and US Healthcare Costs March 28, 2024

A new study found that medical imaging’s share of US healthcare spending has declined since 2010.

Artificial Intelligence March 25, 2024

AI Speeds Up MRI Scans March 25, 2024

New research confirms AI’s economic value, this time when used for faster MRI data reconstruction.

Artificial Intelligence March 21, 2024

Study Shows AI’s Economic Value March 21, 2024

A new study demonstrates AI’s ability to both improve radiologist efficiency and also drive new revenues for imaging facilities.

Interventional Radiology March 18, 2024

MSK Problems Weigh Down Interventional Radiologists March 18, 2024

A new study found that almost half of interventional radiologists suffered from multiple musculoskeletal problems related to wearing radiation protection gear.

CT Scanners March 14, 2024

Predicting Patient Follow-Up for Imaging Exams March 14, 2024

A new study identifies the factors that can lead to patient non-compliance with follow-up imaging, and shows how IT tools can predict who will fall short.

CT Scanners March 11, 2024

AI Powers Two-for-One Screening March 11, 2024

AI can enable CAC scoring of CT lung cancer screening exams, giving radiologists a two-for-one screening test.

Cardiac Imaging March 7, 2024

More Support for Cardiac CT’s Value March 7, 2024

A new research study offers more support for the value of CT-based coronary artery calcium scoring.

Medical Imaging March 6, 2024

ECR 2024 Video Highlights March 6, 2024

ECR 2024 Video Highlights

Breast Imaging March 4, 2024

MASAI Gets Even Better at ECR 2024 March 4, 2024

At ECR 2024, researchers released exciting final results from the MASAI study on AI for breast screening.

Artificial Intelligence February 29, 2024

Report from ECR 2024 February 29, 2024

ECR 2024 bounced back strongly from the disruptions of the COVID-19 pandemic, with standing-room-only crowds at Austria Center Vienna.

Medical Imaging February 26, 2024

The 35 Best Radiology Sources February 26, 2024

What are the top 35 news sources for radiology? Find out in this list from The Imaging Wire.

Medical Imaging February 22, 2024

Earnings Season Momentum February 22, 2024

As medical imaging vendors wrap up another quarterly earnings season, most radiology companies continued with the momentum they showed in the fall of 2023.

Breast Imaging February 15, 2024

When Access to Screening Isn’t Enough February 15, 2024

Women who have unmet social needs have lower rates of mammography screening and are more likely to present with late-stage disease.

Breast Imaging February 12, 2024

A New Breast Imaging Option? February 12, 2024

Researchers have put a new twist on positron emission mammography for imaging women with dense breasts.

MR Scanners February 8, 2024

MRI’s Value for Prostate Screening February 8, 2024

A new study suggests that one scan may be enough when it comes to MRI for prostate cancer screening.

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