3 AI-based technology trends on display at the 2023 RSNA conference
Vincent Chan of Carestream predicts technology trends for AI in digital radiography at RSNA 2023.
November 22, 2023
Enterprise imaging: What is the market opportunity beyond radiology?
Amy Thompson of Signify Research assesses the future prospects for the enterprise imaging market.
October 18, 2023
Top trends impacting the ultrasound market
Mustafa Hassan of Signify Research discusses recent trends in the ultrasound market.
October 17, 2023
Marketing, regulatory summaries may differ with AI tech
Inconsistencies between marketing and regulatory clearance exist in over one in six radiology machine-learning and AI technologies, suggest findings published July 5 in
JAMA Network Open
July 5, 2023
UnitedHealthcare launches imaging provider assessment program
UnitedHealthcare has launched a new imaging provider assessment program that will influence payments to healthcare providers based on a quality ratings system that the company is developing, the American College of Radiology reported.
January 31, 2022
Practical Considerations of AI: Part 7 -- Economics
In part 7 of his Practical Considerations of AI series, consultant Michael J. Cannavo analyzes the impact of the recent decision by the U.S. Centers for Medicaid and Medicaid Services to provide reimbursement for Viz.ai's AI stroke detection software and explains why better AI market education is needed.
September 20, 2020
Operational applications drive AI adoption in radiology
When talking about artificial intelligence (AI) in radiology, one immediately thinks of the classic clinical use case of computer vision and powerful algorithms identifying abnormalities on imaging studies. Operational applications of AI, however, will likely be the first to be widely adopted.
March 16, 2020
Enterprise Imaging: Changing radiology and patient care
How is Enterprise Imaging changing the workflow of radiology? In this video, Dr. Sri Redla, FRCR, FBIR, consultant radiologist at Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust in the U.K., discusses the hospital's move to Enterprise Imaging with Agfa HealthCare, and how it changed their workflow -- leading to better patient care.
December 15, 2019
Video from ECR 2019: Alexander Radbruch on gadolinium debate
The safety of gadolinium-based contrast agents for MRI continues to generate much controversy and discussion. As both a radiologist and a lawyer, Dr. Alexander Radbruch, JD, is well-placed to comment on the most significant recent developments in gadolinium retention in the brain, how best to use these agents, and how radiologists and manufacturers can help to avoid being sued.
February 28, 2019
Conversion to FFDM requires careful management of analog priors
It's not easy going digital in any area of radiology, but mammography provides special challenges due to its large file sizes, need to access prior exams, and other factors. In this white paper, Stan Burch of archiving services provider SourceCorp Radiology offers guidance on how to make the transition.
July 16, 2009
A small hospital's experience mitigating sonographer injuries
Small hospitals without onsite access to high-end imaging modalities such as CT or MRI rely heavily on the diagnostic capabilities of ultrasound. Combined with rising financial pressures and case loads, this can result in high vulnerability to work-related injuries. Contributing writers Rob VanDoninck and Karen Atkins share how their hospital tackled this issue.
July 13, 2009
New processors bring greater speed to medical imaging industry
In personal computers, quad-core microprocessors and graphics processors allow the user to view graphics with extreme detail. The gaming industry has embraced this technology, and an entire generation of teenagers has driven the development of advanced computer games. Now, the medical imaging industry has discovered that it can leverage the high-speed computation technology to advance medical imaging.
June 11, 2009
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