On the Path to Precision Diagnosis -- Part 2: Strengthening Clinical Confidence in Multiple Sclerosis
March 29, 2021 -- Neurological diseases are a big burden on society due to their largely chronic nature. In this webinar, you'll learn about the technologies that are available to improve your ability to diagnose, monitor, and understand the pathophysiology of multiple sclerosis (MS) and improve clinical management of patients with MS. Read More
Medical Imaging AI: What the data tell us
March 26, 2021 -- Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning provide the possibility of significantly enhancing how we practice radiology, now and in the future. While the technology holds great promise, there are many challenges to its successful deployment in clinical practice. Read More
On the Path to Precision Diagnosis: Part 1 -- Strengthening clinical confidence and cardiac imaging efficiency
February 12, 2021 -- Among its other challenges, COVID-19 is leaving in its wake a range of concerning clinical sequelae. In this webinar, learn from radiologists who have used 1.5-tesla MR and spectral CT for improved cardiac imaging in COVID-19 patients. Read More
Being intelligently efficient with AI -- Using imaging AI to help support disease detection
December 22, 2020 -- The increased volume and complexity of medical imaging is putting more pressure on radiologists to work more efficiently. In this webinar, you'll hear from three radiology thought leaders on how artificial intelligence (AI) solutions can be leveraged for the early detection of disease. Read More
JACR special edition focuses on controversial issues
December 16, 2020 -- An upcoming special edition of the Journal of the American College of Radiology (JACR) will focus on controversial issues facing radiology today. Called the Provocative Issue, the edition will highlight a half-dozen controversial topics, with the goal of stimulating discussion and debate. Read More
Radiology and subspecialization: Successful strategies
October 30, 2020 -- It's no secret that radiology is becoming more specialized every day. But what happens when you're faced with a case that's outside your area of expertise? In this webinar, several radiology thought leaders discuss subspecialization in medical imaging. Read More
AMVC Fall 2020: AI and radiologist jobs
October 1, 2020 -- Is artificial intelligence (AI) really a threat to radiologists' jobs? It's a belief that's increasingly been discredited within radiology itself, but the myth persists outside the field. Dr. Sonia Gupta of Rad AI offers solutions for changing the narrative. Read More
AMVC Fall 2020: Integrating AI with enterprise imaging
October 1, 2020 -- What's the best way to integrate artificial intelligence (AI) and enterprise imaging -- two increasingly important technologies? Medical imaging consultant Michael Cannavo offers a perspective. Read More
AMVC Fall 2020: Can AI help radiology reinvent itself in a post-COVID world?
October 1, 2020 -- The COVID-19 pandemic has forced radiology to find new ways to deliver care. How can artificial intelligence (AI) help with the transition? Dr. Eliot Siegel of the University of Maryland discusses this question and more. Read More
AMVC Fall 2020: The future of AI in radiology
October 1, 2020 -- Artificial intelligence (AI) is an incredibly powerful tool for building algorithms that will transform the work of radiologists. Dr. Curtis Langlotz, PhD, reviews the origins, applications, and challenges of the technology. Read More