Radiology January 8, 2023
Radiology in 2040 January 8, 2023
A new Radiology Journal editorial shared a radical vision for how the specialty will operate in 2040, warning that “seismic” changes will require radiologists to overhaul their roles in order to thrive, or even stay relevant.
Medical Imaging January 5, 2023
Medical Imaging in 2023 January 5, 2023
Welcome to the first Imaging Wire of 2023. For those of you getting started on your annual gameplans, here are some potential imaging trends that you might want to consider.
Medical Imaging December 22, 2022
Medical Imaging in 2022 December 22, 2022
For our final issue of 2022 we’re reflecting on some of the year’s biggest radiology storylines, including some trends that might have a major impact in 2023 and beyond.
Emergency Imaging December 19, 2022
Spotlight on ED Diagnostics December 19, 2022
A new U.S. federal government study made emergency department diagnostic accuracy a mainstream news story, showing that although ED diagnostic errors are somewhat rare, they occur in high volumes and can carry serious consequences.
Artificial Intelligence December 15, 2022
Federated Learning’s Glioblastoma Milestone December 15, 2022
AI insiders celebrated a massive new study highlighting a federated learning AI model’s ability to delineate glioblastoma brain tumors with high accuracy and generalizability, while demonstrating FL’s potential value for rare diseases and underrepresented populations.
Medical Imaging December 12, 2022
Canon’s Meaningful RSNA Innovations December 12, 2022
After taking a virtual approach to RSNA last year, Canon Medical Systems made its presence felt at RSNA 2022, unveiling an interactive “digital patient journey” booth that featured an interesting mix of new products and business model innovations.
Medical Imaging December 8, 2022
GE Focuses on Efficiency at RSNA 2022 December 8, 2022
GE Healthcare had yet another busy RSNA, highlighted by several major launches, and its continued focus on helping imaging teams work more efficiently.
Medical Imaging December 5, 2022
The Imaging Wire’s RSNA 2022 Reflections December 5, 2022
RSNA 2022 is officially a wrap, and it was clearly radiology’s most important event in at least three years. Here’s the top six takeaways from RSNA 2022 and what they mean for radiology.
Artificial Intelligence December 1, 2022
The Mammography AI Generalizability Gap December 1, 2022
The 2020 DM DREAM Challenge AI study launched with plenty of credibility. However, a new AI validation study highlighted one problem that many weren’t thinking about back then. Ethnic diversity can have a major impact on AI performance.
Lung Imaging November 28, 2022
Developing the Eighth Modality November 28, 2022
Radiology has adopted seven mainstream modalities over its 127 years, and 4DMedical is determined to create the eighth imaging modality with its new XV Scanner.
Cloud Imaging November 21, 2022
AWS Targets Storage and Speed with HealthLake Imaging November 21, 2022
AWS took a major step to bolster its cloud value proposition with the launch of Amazon HealthLake Imaging, a new capability that addresses some of cloud imaging’s most common pain points.
MR Scanners November 17, 2022
Siemens Healthineers Targets MRI at Shape 2023 November 17, 2022
Siemens Healthineers kicked-off RSNA announcements season with its Shape 23 event, highlighted by a pair of forthcoming MRIs that should serve as the cornerstones of its high-end lineup for years to come.
Medical Imaging November 14, 2022
The Medical Imaging Economy November 14, 2022
With economic warning signs flashing brighter by the day, it’s hard not to be concerned about medical imaging’s economic situation. However, the major imaging companies’ latest round of earnings suggest that there might be more reasons to remain confident.
Molecular Imaging November 10, 2022
The Case for 18F-NaF PET/CT Bone Metastases Detection November 10, 2022
Results from the MITNEC-A1 trial are in, and they further support using 18F-NaF PET/CT to detect bone metastases in patients with prostate and breast cancer, while bolstering its case for replacing 99mTc-MDP as the “bone imaging radiopharmaceutical of choice.”
Lung Cancer Screening November 7, 2022
RadNet’s UK Lung Cancer Screening Acquisition November 7, 2022
RadNet advanced its AI-led cancer screening strategy, acquiring a 75% stake in Heart & Lung Health, a UK-based teleradiology network with a direct connection to the NHS’ emerging lung cancer screening program.
Breast Imaging November 3, 2022
Multimodal AI Virtual Breast Biopsies November 3, 2022
Radiology Journal detailed a multimodal AI solution that can classify breast lesion subtypes using mammograms, potentially reducing unnecessary biopsies and improving biopsy interpretations.
Informatics October 30, 2022
Doubling Down on Software October 30, 2022
A new Bain & Company and KLAS Research report suggests that healthcare providers are “doubling down” on software, while revealing key adoption trends that could have a major impact within radiology.
Cardiac Imaging October 26, 2022
CCTA AI Predicts Ischemia and MBF October 26, 2022
A Cedars-Sinai and Amsterdam UMC-led team developed a machine learning system that analyzes quantitative plaque in coronary CTA exams to identify patients with ischemia and impaired myocardial blood flow (MBF), potentially creating an alternative to current methods.
Longevity Imaging October 23, 2022
Prenuvo’s Longevity Imaging Funding October 23, 2022
There are few medical imaging segments with more momentum among the general public than longevity-focused MRI screening, and Silicon Valley startup Prenuvo just raised a $70M Series A round to capitalize on that momentum.
Molecular Imaging October 19, 2022
GE Healthcare Launches All-Digital Omni Legend PET/CT October 19, 2022
GE Healthcare announced a major update to its molecular imaging lineup, launching the all-digital Omni Legend PET/CT, which leverages an array of new technologies that drive big improvements to image quality, workflow efficiency, clinical versatility, and precision medicine.