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Artificial Intelligence September 25, 2023

Predicting AI Performance September 25, 2023

How can you predict whether an AI algorithm will fall short for a particular clinical use case?

Artificial Intelligence September 20, 2023

Can AI Direct Breast MRI? September 20, 2023

A deep learning algorithm trained to analyze mammography images predicted breast cancer risk and could direct the use of breast MRI screening.

Ultrasound September 18, 2023

POCUS Cuts DVT Stays September 18, 2023

Using POCUS in the emergency department (ED) to scan patients with suspected deep vein thrombosis cut their length of stay in the ED in half.

Radiologists September 14, 2023

Radiology’s Enduring Popularity September 14, 2023

Radiology is seeing a resurgence of interest from medical students, with the medical specialty’s popularity at historically high levels.

Lung Cancer Screening September 11, 2023

CT Detects Early Lung Cancer September 11, 2023

A massive CT lung cancer screening program launched in Taiwan has been effective in detecting early lung cancer.

Breast Imaging September 7, 2023

Tipping Point for Breast AI? September 7, 2023

In the PERFORMS study, mammography AI performed as well as radiologists for analyzing screening mammograms.

Oncology Imaging August 31, 2023

Screening Foes Strike Back August 31, 2023

Opponents of population-based cancer screening published a series of articles in JAMA Internal Medicine casting doubt on whether screening has any value.

Artificial Intelligence August 29, 2023

Economic Barriers to AI August 29, 2023

Are the complex economics of the Medicare system creating barriers to wider use of medical AI?

Cardiac Imaging August 24, 2023

Fine-Tuning Cardiac CT August 24, 2023

Two new studies support a more conservative approach to determining which people with chest pain get follow-up testing like cardiac CT.

Population Health August 21, 2023

Value of Cancer Screening August 21, 2023

Medical screening for diseases like breast and cervical cancer has saved lives and generated value of at least $7.5T over the last 25 years.

Radiology August 17, 2023

Radiation and Cancer Risk August 17, 2023

A new study of nuclear workers indicates the cancer risk of working with radiation could be higher than previously thought.

Artificial Intelligence August 14, 2023

How Vendors Sell AI August 14, 2023

A new study offers insights into how AI algorithms are marketed by vendors, and how these efforts could be perceived by clinicians.

Radiologists August 10, 2023

Are Doctors Overpaid? August 10, 2023

A new study on physician salaries is raising questions about pay for US physicians and whether it contributes to rising healthcare costs.

Artificial Intelligence August 7, 2023

Grading AI Report Quality August 7, 2023

How can you tell whether the quality of a radiology report generated by an AI algorithm is comparable to that of a radiologist?

Breast Imaging August 3, 2023

Mammography AI’s Leap Forward August 3, 2023

AI for mammography screening cut radiologist workload almost by half without affecting cancer detection or recall rates in a new study out of Sweden.

Breast Imaging July 31, 2023

Breast Ultrasound Gets Wearable July 31, 2023

Wearable devices are all the rage in personal fitness – could wearable breast ultrasound be next?

Artificial Intelligence July 27, 2023

Does ‘Automation Neglect’ Limit AI’s Impact? July 27, 2023

Findings from a new study raise questions about whether AI really should be used as a collaborative tool by radiologists.

CT Scanners July 24, 2023

AI Automates Liver Fat Detection July 24, 2023

A new study shows how AI can make opportunistic screening a reality by analyzing abdominal CT scans for signs of fatty liver.

Brain Imaging July 20, 2023

CMS May Shake Up PET Payments July 20, 2023

In a major victory for PET advocates, CMS this week said it was opening a review of its reimbursement policy on PET scans for Alzheimer’s disease.

CT Scanners July 17, 2023

How COVID Crashed CT Scanners in China July 17, 2023

In the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic in China, hospitals were performing so many lung scans of infected patients that CT scanners were crashing.

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