Rebekah Moaneditorial@auntminnie.comEconomicsHow to foster growth for your radiology practiceHome teleradiology and "bunker shifts" can help radiology practices to increase efficiency, reduce burnout, and in turn, foster growth.October 24, 2022Practice ManagementImaging exams land on list of low-value care in VA systemTwo of the most frequently delivered low-value medical services within the U.S. Veterans Health Administration (VA) system are back imaging for patients with nonspecific low back pain and preoperative chest x-rays, a new study finds. In addition, imaging for low back pain was one of the costliest low-value services.August 4, 2022Molecular ImagingPET shows amyloid beta + tau biomarkers = Alzheimer's diseaseUsing PET to assess amyloid beta and tau biomarkers, researchers have found in a July 30 JAMA Neurology study that even in individuals without cognitive impairment, these biomarkers are associated with near-term progression to mild cognitive impairment (MCI) and long-term cognitive decline.July 31, 2022Industry NewsHow to create a positive work culture in radiologyWhen you go to work, how do you feel? The answer may have more to do with the culture at your organization than with your job itself. And if your organizational culture is a dour one, that can be changed, according to experts on leadership in radiology.July 14, 2022EconomicsHow can new technologies help technologists deliver better care?From small hospitals to large medical centers, new technologies like artificial intelligence are helping radiologic technologists become more efficient, keep up with heavy workloads, and create space for them to treat patients like humans.June 29, 2022EconomicsRealizing the radiology reading room of the futureWhat if you could design the radiology reading room of the future? That's the project underway at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, which is using evidence-based design principles to radically restructure how radiologists work. The goal is a workforce that's more efficient and less stressed out.November 8, 2021MRIMore white-matter hyperintensity equals greater parkinsonism riskHigher white-matter hyperintensity visible on MRI scans in older adults is associated with more rapid progressive parkinsonism, according to research released on November 1. That association remained statistically significant despite partial attenuation in a model including postmortem indices of cerebrovascular disease brain pathologies.November 1, 2021Clinical NewsTips and tricks for mastering shear-wave ultrasound of the liverShear-wave elastography (SWE) of the liver can help avoid invasive procedures such as liver biopsies, but proper execution is paramount. How can radiologists make sure they're imaging the liver effectively using SWE?September 23, 2021Clinical NewsCareful planning can optimize spectral CT in radiologySpectral CT has much to offer radiology. Also known as dual-energy CT, the technology gives radiologists the ability to more easily differentiate healthy from diseased tissue. And through careful planning, imaging facilities optimize their use of spectral CT to the benefit of patients and referring physicians.July 14, 2021EconomicsWill AI help radiologists survive the data deluge?While some radiologists may still be concerned that artificial intelligence (AI) will replace them, the reality is that AI will help radiologists keep pace with imaging workflow demands -- especially as the volume of medical imaging exams grows.May 18, 2021Page 1 of 6Next PageTop StoriesRSNA 2023AI assist for x-ray reads serves nonradiologists well in the EDGerman researchers are testing ways to support nonradiologists in interpreting chest x-rays in emergency department (ED) settings using an AI assistant.RSNA 2023Residents, trainees at moderate burnout riskRSNA 2023Pink-on-pink aggression threatens radiology career advancementRSNA 2023Study calls for interventions to reduce imaging appointment no-showsSponsor ContentWe care about what you think.