Report: 45M medical images are accessible online
December 15, 2020 -- More than 45 million medical imaging files -- such as x-rays and CT scans -- are freely accessible on unprotected servers, according to a report from digital risk protection company CybelAngel. Read More
Security advisories issued for GE imaging systems
December 8, 2020 -- A security vulnerability found in more than 100 imaging systems from GE Healthcare could enable a cyberattacker to access or modify patient data, according to GE, security firm CyberMDX, and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security's Industrial Control Systems Cyber Emergency Response Team. Read More
The 2020 PACSman Awards: Is that all there is?
December 3, 2020 -- What were the hot topics in artificial intelligence and enterprise imaging at RSNA 2020? The PACSman, aka Mike Cannavo, offers his thoughts, as well as the eagerly awaited PACSman Awards for excellence in sales and marketing at this year's virtual conference. Read More
Radiology workflow a focus for Philips at RSNA 2020
December 3, 2020 -- A centralized command center that enables healthcare enterprises to more easily manage their far-flung radiology operations is the focus of the virtual booth at RSNA 2020 for Philips Healthcare. Read More
New x-ray systems mark Siemens exhibit at RSNA 2020
December 2, 2020 -- A slate of new x-ray systems, including a digital radiography system, a dual-purpose radiography and fluoroscopy system, and a mobile C-arm, are among the highlights in the virtual booth of Siemens Healthineers at this week's RSNA 2020 virtual meeting. Read More
Mobile apps bring radiology education to the world
November 30, 2020 -- Mobile apps can bring high-quality radiology education to imaging specialists around the world, according to Dr. Elliot Fishman of CTisus. Fishman discusses the benefits of mobile apps over traditional educational tools in this video interview with AuntMinnie.com. Read More
Krupinski: Digital imaging contributes to radiologist burnout
November 29, 2020 -- Radiology's conversion to digital imaging has contributed to the feeling of burnout that many radiologists now experience, according to Elizabeth Krupinski, PhD, of Emory University, the winner of the 2020 Minnies award for Most Influential Radiology Researcher. In this video interview, Krupinski discusses the factors that can contribute to radiologist burnout. Read More
AI can spot smokers at high risk of cancer on x-rays
September 4, 2020 -- By analyzing chest radiographs and a patient's electronic medical record (EMR), a deep-learning algorithm was able to identify more high-risk smokers who could benefit from CT lung cancer screening than current Medicare eligibility criteria, according to research published September 1 in the Annals of Internal Medicine. Read More
Electronic consults may avoid unnecessary imaging
August 21, 2020 -- Electronic consultations between primary care physicians and radiologists may help avoid unnecessary imaging, according to a study published on August 18 in the American Journal of Roentgenology. Read More
Intelerad invests in cloud with Radius acquisition
August 5, 2020 -- Enterprise imaging software developer Intelerad Medical Systems is investing in the future of cloud computing in radiology with the acquisition of Radius, a provider of cloud hosting and managed services. Read More
Special Feature
Video from RSNA 2019: The 4 pillars of enterprise imaging
Video from RSNA 2019: The 4 pillars of enterprise imaging

Luke Bideaux of Vega Imaging Informatics explains why you should consider basing your enterprise imaging strategy on what he calls the four pillars of enterprise imaging. Learn more