Patients prefer shorter, less-complex radiology reports December 4, 2014 -- CHICAGO - Patients may be accessing their radiology reports more often through online patient portals, but do they understand what they're reading? Not very well, if research presented on Thursday at RSNA 2014 is any indication.
Radiologists face constant interruptions during daily work December 3, 2014 -- CHICAGO - Radiologists are constantly interrupted during their normal daily workflow in the reading room, which could have significant implications for patient care, according to a study presented at RSNA 2014 on Wednesday.
Video from RSNA 2014: Dr. Richard Duszak Jr. on changes in radiology December 3, 2014 -- CHICAGO - Dr. Richard Duszak Jr., from the Harvey L. Neiman Health Policy Institute and Emory University, talks with AuntMinnie.com about the changing trends at RSNA 2014 and with radiology, such as the shift in focus from technology to patients and delivery systems.
Geographic variations don't necessarily signify imaging overuse December 2, 2014 -- Geographic variations in imaging use do not necessarily mean that these services are being overused, according to a new study published in the Annals of Internal Medicine. Rather, other factors, such as how care is structured in a system and how physicians are paid, may come into play.
Video from RSNA 2014: Dr. David C. Levin on trends in radiology December 2, 2014 -- CHICAGO - Dr. David C. Levin from Thomas Jefferson University discusses important trends in radiology, particularly the new era of imaging price transparency and what it means for imaging facilities, with AuntMinnie.com at RSNA 2014.
ER imaging rates are up, but is that a bad thing? December 1, 2014 -- CHICAGO - In contrast to Medicare outpatient imaging trends, imaging use in the emergency department has continued to grow. But that may not be a bad thing, according to a presentation given on Sunday at the RSNA 2014 conference.
Innovation, patient-focused care can drive radiology November 30, 2014 -- CHICAGO - Combining radiology's historical strength in research and discovery with a new focus on patient care will position RSNA and radiology for the next 100 years of service to the world, RSNA President Dr. N. Reed Dunnick told attendees at the opening session of the society's 100th annual meeting.