SCAR hotline goes online

The Society for Computer Applications in Radiology (SCAR) is bringing its SCAR Expert Hotline online. To be available on SCAR's Web site, the question-and-answer resource will be archived and updated online for access by both members and non-members, according to the Great Falls, VA-based society.

Searching and viewing the service is free; SCAR members will be able to post questions free of charge, while non-members can post for a $125 fee (which includes a one-year SCAR membership). SCAR said that the new online archive is funded by a National Institutes of Health/National Library of Medicine grant, and was developed by the Radiology Informatics Laboratory of the Medical College of Wisconsin under the direction of Paul Nagy, Ph.D.

By staff writers
March 16, 2004

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