Pink Cards Secure Same-Day, Walk-In Mammograms

Provider-distributed cards facilitate same-day mammogram screenings for women in racial and ethnic minority groups.

SPECT Scan Reveal Link Between Obesity, Brain Blood Flow, and Alzheimer’s

Brain imaging shows blood flow to the brain progressively reduces as a person’s weight increases, promoting the development of Alzheimer's.

Location Plays a Role in DBT Cost-Effectiveness

Nations with lower breast imaging recall rates and high mammography compliance are less likely to view digital breast tomosynthesis as a cost-effective screening option.

10 Things to Know About Pediatric Body CTA

Understanding the underlying principles and details of CTA can help optimize dose and improve diagnostic quality for pediatric patients.

Diagnostic Imaging's Weekly Scan: Aug. 7, 2020

August 07, 2020

Pediatric Imaging Increase, Appropriate Use Criteria, Radiology Residency Pandemic Branding, Snapchatting Emergency Images

RBMA: 7 Leadership Tips to Improve Your Practice

August 06, 2020

From fashioning a vision to creating a cohesive team to fixing problems, these leadership strategies can strengthen your practice and improve productivity.

9 Compliance Pitfalls to Avoid

August 06, 2020

Paying attention to these requirements and regulations can help you avoid Medicare over-payments and any potential suggestions of fraud.

Radiology Practices Seeking Pandemic Financial Aid Nears 70 Percent

August 06, 2020

More than 90 percent of practices applying for assistance submitted to two or more programs.

RSNA, ACR, AAPM Join Forces in COVID-19 Image Database for AI

August 06, 2020

Medical imaging and data center will support development of artificial intelligence and medical advancements during the pandemic.

Siemens Healthineers Captures FDA Clearance for Bedside Head CT

August 05, 2020

U.S. Food & Drug Administration grants 510(k) clearance for SOMATOM

RBMA: Reclaim Your Time with a Concierge Service

August 05, 2020

Implementing a radiology concierge service can alleviate the administrative tasks that can de-rail your image interpretation time.

ACR Set to Coordinate Image Collection for COVID-19 Study

August 05, 2020

In collaboration with Oregon Health & Science University, the American College of Radiology will gather images for a multi-center study focusing on patients with severe, acute viral infection.

RBMA: What You Need to Know About Looming Appropriate Use Criteria Implementation

August 04, 2020

Coding and reimbursement expert Melody Mulaik offers insights about what the industry should do to fully prepare for the likely mandatory implementation of appropriate use criteria and clinical decision support.

Pediatric Imaging Use in Emergency Department on the Rise

August 04, 2020

Emergency providers are utilizing more ultrasound and MRI scans, fewer CTs.