Week in review: New platform | SalaryScan | Imaging equipment service

Dear AuntMinnie Member, 

There's a lot to share with you in this Week in Review, headlined by the launch of our new website.  

The platform adds a number of capabilities aimed at enhancing your experience on our site, including new and more personalized options to access our content. If you prefer, you can access content categories specifically for clinical news, industry news, imaging informatics, education, or practice management. What's more, each of these content categories has many subcategories to make it easier to zero in on your particular area(s) of interest. Or if you just want to read articles based on your subspecialty, we’ve also got you covered. 

Our new site also features the launch of my.auntminnie.com, a new destination designed to help members better connect and engage with other users. In addition, it provides more options for staying up to date on the content you want to see, including “favoriting” discussions and forums. 

In addition, we’ve modernized our Cases platform and launched a new Career Center. Plus, we’ll be rolling out additional enhancements over the coming months. 

Along with the new launch, we’ve also introduced a dedicated Service content area designed to offer specialized content, insights, and resources related to the service of medical imaging equipment and software.  

Meanwhile, our top story of the week features results from our 2023 SalaryScan survey. Click here to see how your compensation compares with our members. You can also interact with the data using our new SalaryScan data query tool.  

Here are our top 5 stories of the week: 

1. SalaryScan 2023 showed an increase in salary for both radiologists and radiologic technologists. 

2. Cybersecurity is becoming a growing concern in the service and management of imaging equipment, according to a new report from AuntMinnie.com’s sister company IMV Medical Information Division. 

3. A group in Germany reported that ChatGPT can help patients prepare for their PET scans.  

4. Mortality from breast and lung cancer has decreased significantly over the last 30 years, according to a new report from the American Association for Cancer Research. 

5. Quantitative CT is finding new applications beyond just osteoporosis diagnosis and monitoring, according to a presentation at the International Society of Computed Tomography meeting. 

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