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Artificial Intelligence December 4, 2023

AI’s Incremental Revolution December 4, 2023

AI dominated the discussion at RSNA 2023. But does that mean it’s finally on the path to widespread clinical use?

Artificial Intelligence November 30, 2023

AI Dominates at RSNA 2023 November 30, 2023

Predictions were that AI would dominate the scientific sessions at RSNA 2023, a forecast that largely panned out.

Medical Imaging November 27, 2023

Welcome to RSNA 2023 November 27, 2023

It’s off to the races at RSNA 2023 as radiology’s showcase conference kicked off on Sunday.

Medical Imaging November 20, 2023

Vendors Enter RSNA on Q3 Roll November 20, 2023

As RSNA 2023 approaches, medical imaging vendors appear to be on a roll when it comes to financial results.

Artificial Intelligence November 16, 2023

Reimbursement Drives AI Adoption November 16, 2023

A new analysis shows exactly how insurance reimbursement is affecting the diffusion of medical AI into clinical practice.

Breast Imaging November 13, 2023

Uneven Success Against Breast Cancer November 13, 2023

The fight against breast cancer has been uneven around the world, with major disparities in rates of late-stage disease between – and even within – countries.

CT Scanners November 9, 2023

Lung Screening’s Long-Term Benefits November 9, 2023

CT lung cancer screening produced lung cancer-specific survival over 80% in the most recent data from the landmark I-ELCAP study.

Artificial Intelligence November 6, 2023

Accessing Quality Data for AI Training November 6, 2023

One of the biggest roadblocks in medical AI development is the lack of high-quality, diverse data for these technologies to train on.

Lung Cancer Screening November 6, 2023

More Support for CT Lung Cancer Screening November 6, 2023

A new study supports population-based CT lung cancer screening, with researchers finding cancers at an early stage when they can be treated.

Artificial Intelligence November 2, 2023

Unpacking the Biden Administration’s New AI Order November 2, 2023

The Biden Administration has issued a sweeping executive order that directs federal regulation of AI across multiple industries – including healthcare.

Breast Imaging October 30, 2023

Canada’s Breast Screening Push October 30, 2023

As Canada examines revisions to its breast cancer screening guidelines, a new study adds support to the proposal of lowering its screening age to 40 – a move made in the US earlier this year.  When to start breast screening has long been one of the most controversial aspects of mammography.  In Canada, the Canadian […]

Artificial Intelligence October 26, 2023

Predicting the Future of Radiology AI October 26, 2023

Two of radiology’s top thought leaders offer predictions on the future of AI and imaging informatics.

Artificial Intelligence October 22, 2023

FDA Data Show AI Approval Boom October 22, 2023

In the previous issue of The Imaging Wire, we discovered how venture capital investment in AI developers is fueling rapid growth in new AI applications for radiologists (despite a slowdown this year).  This trend was underscored late last week with new data from the FDA showing strong growth in the number of regulatory authorizations of […]

Artificial Intelligence October 19, 2023

What’s Fueling AI’s Growth October 19, 2023

Are there signs that venture capital investment in radiology AI is starting to wane?

Artificial Intelligence October 16, 2023

Autonomous AI for Medical Imaging is Here. Should We Embrace It? October 16, 2023

Is radiology ready for autonomous AI? In this paper, we explore one of the most exciting new autonomous AI applications.

Brain Imaging October 16, 2023

PET’s Milestone Moment October 16, 2023

CMS has ended its policy of only paying for PET scans of dementia patients if they are enrolled in a clinical trial.

Imaging IT October 12, 2023

Making Screening Better October 12, 2023

Two new studies show how to improve on one of cancer screening’s biggest challenges: following up on abnormal results.

Artificial Intelligence October 9, 2023

AI Tug of War Continues October 9, 2023

A new type of generative AI language model for creating radiology reports shows promise in a new study.

Lung Cancer Screening October 6, 2023

CT Lung Screening Saves Women October 6, 2023

CT lung cancer screening delivered lower all-cause mortality in women after 12 years of follow-up.

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