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Teleradiologists perform better when they focus on images sent from fewer hospitals rather than reading for a larger number of facilities.
Teleradiology Guidelines Set Standards for Practice
ACR’s teleradiology guide tackles privacy, credentialing, and other elements to help establish best practices for the burgeoning field.
Teleradiology and Distance Running
As a distance runner and a teleradiologist, I prefer the slow and steady accomplishment of the long haul.
Tried, Judged, and Condemned
Those oft-repeated stories about physicians that resonate well with people outside of and unfamiliar with still permeate conversations.
Fewer Clients Improves Teleradiology Reads
The Benefits of Teleradiology as Practice Support
Teleradiology is returning to its original intent in a supportive role. Despite lingering uncertainty of the model, teleradiology offers tangible benefits.
Poll of the Week: Teleradiology's Impact
Recent blog posts at Diagnostic Imaging have touted the benefits and highlighted the shortcomings of teleradiology. So, once again, we want to hear from you about this industry trend
Telemammography Taking Hold
The number of mammography scans is rising, but the number of radiologists willing to read the studies is falling. Enter telemammography.
Radisphere skips RSNA to target hospital executives
Radisphere’s best opportunities, according to Clayton T. Larsen, Radisphere senior vice president of client and network development, are community hospitals with 50 to 400 beds, particularly ones being served by poorly run radiology groups.