RSNA 2017 News
November 30, 2017

CHICAGO - With its big, expensive scanners that can cost millions of dollars, radiology is a frequent target of efforts to reduce unnecessary healthcare costs. But what if radiology learned to police itself? Dr. Pamela Johnson of Johns Hopkins University and Dr. Yoshimi Anzai of the University of Utah discuss their efforts to promote quality in radiology by reducing unnecessary imaging

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Dr. Pamela Johnson of Johns Hopkins University and Dr. Yoshimi Anzai of the University of Utah discuss a new program that promotes quality in radiology.
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Video from RSNA 2017: Cinematic rendering -- Just pretty pictures or paradigm shift?
CHICAGO - One of the most intriguing new technologies in radiology is cinematic rendering, a 3D reconstruction technique that produces amazingly lifelike...

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