RADIOLOGY NEWS
COVID-19 patients more likely to have thromboembolism
September 24, 2020 -- Patients with COVID-19 are more likely to have thromboembolism than those without the disease, according to a report published September 24 in the American Journal of Roentgenology.  Discuss
AMVC Fall 2020: AI can improve efficiency, reduce stress
September 24, 2020 -- The second article in a two-part series on Dr. Eliot Siegel's presentation at AuntMinnie.com's Fall 2020 Virtual Conference (AMVC) details how artificial intelligence (AI) could help radiologists be more efficient and productive -- as well as less stressed -- during and after the COVID-19 pandemic.  Discuss
Can you trust YouTube videos on mammography?
September 24, 2020 -- With more and more patients turning to digital media, particularly YouTube, for the answers to their mammography-related questions, are the videos made by knowledgeable people rising to the top? Or are they getting buried? A new study suggests the latter: Quality mammography videos are not reaching the majority of YouTube viewers.  Discuss
Will Medicare reimbursement propel radiology AI market?
September 23, 2020 -- The decision by the U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services' earlier this month to provide its first-ever reimbursement of a radiology artificial intelligence (AI) algorithm was a significant milestone for the industry, raising hopes that it could set the groundwork for broader coverage of imaging AI software.  Discuss
AMVC Fall 2020: AI can reshape radiology post-COVID-19
September 23, 2020 -- Artificial intelligence (AI) can help radiology navigate challenges related to remote practice and extreme variation in imaging volume caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the first of a two-part article series on a presentation by Dr. Eliot Siegel at AuntMinnie.com's Fall 2020 Virtual Conference (AMVC).  Discuss
Language matters when screening women with dense breasts
September 23, 2020 -- Until we change how we talk about dense breast screenings, we will not make headway in providing access to this essential test to all women with dense tissue. That's according to Andrea Wolf of the Brem Foundation to Defeat Breast Cancer.  Discuss
Turmoil roils x-ray developer Nanox
September 23, 2020 -- The stock of x-ray developer Nanox has gone on a rollercoaster ride over the past week after a report critical of the company was issued by a short-selling firm. Nanox has charged that the report is full of "errors" and "misleading speculations."  Discuss
AMVC Fall 2020: 6 ways rads can improve perception of AI
September 22, 2020 -- As the development of artificial intelligence (AI) tools for healthcare continues, so does the debate about whether incorporating it into patient care will put physicians -- especially radiologists -- out of a job.  Discuss
COVID-19 has major impact on radiology operations
September 22, 2020 -- The COVID-19 pandemic has made a major impact on the operations of radiology facilities, with 83% reporting that the outbreak had a "significant impact" on them, according to the results of a new global survey.  Discuss
Medicare delays recoupment of advances
September 22, 2020 -- One of the fastest sources of emergency funding available to practices at the outset of the COVID-19 pandemic was the Medicare Accelerated and Advanced Payment Program. But Medicare has not yet provided details on recoupment of the funds -- Rebecca Farrington of Healthcare Administrative Partners explains.  Discuss