Superconducting head MRI approved for use in critical care environments.
The American College of Radiology outlines three financial priorities for practices as Congress considers a second round of support funding.
System uses ultraviolet light system to kills advanced viruses and bacteria in minutes.
Yale neurologist share first-hand experience with scanning patients positive for the virus.
From changes to revenue, imaging utilization, and workflow, COVID-19 has changed the face radiology in today's healthcare environment.
Adding AI to manual reads improves accuracy, specificity, and sensitivity.
Together, RSNA and the American Society of Neuroradiology launched the largest collection of expert-annotated brain hemorrhage CT scans.
Six industry leaders discuss coping strategies for workflow, imaging volume, and revenue.
Imaging manufacturers ask agency to include recommendations from the Fleischner Society and AIUM to provider more nuanced guidance.
Expert panel developed six-category system to classify chest CTs and streamline structured reporting around COVID-19.
21-expert panel outlined 12 recommendations for when you can delay lung cancer screenings and lung nodule evaluations.
The future face of radiology remains to be seen as many questions about the virus’s impact on practice are, as yet, unanswered.
Post-COVID-19 Imaging Surge, Managing Blood Clots with Imaging, Singapore's "Touch Me Not" Policy, and the COVID-19 Impact on Breast Imaging
Diagnostic Imaging's Weekly Scan, April 24, 2020
Agency outlines modifications that will and won’t be accepted without approval during the outbreak.
Starting to prepare for the return to normalcy now can help you manage a heavy workload in the near future.