David L. Weiss, MD


Switch to digital mammography demands intensive planning

April 01, 2007

Congratulations! You've just received budget approval for full-field digital mammography. But before you begin the process of purchasing and installing your new system, you have a bit of preliminary work to do.

PACS workstations pull new arrows from quiver

September 01, 2006

Disruptive technology takes radiologists out of their protective armor and forces them to become quick and nimble

Template technology closes in on fully automated report

May 20, 2005

Radiologists and other physicians struggle to translate their diagnostic observations into actual patient care in a timely fashion. Although the speed of communication is far faster now than it was two centuries ago, it still seems to trail the sophistication and urgency of modern medical treatment.

Template technology closes in on fully automated report

May 01, 2005

The Battle of New Orleans marked the last of the hostilities in the War of 1812. The Treaty of Ghent that ended the war had been signed three months earlier in Europe, but this information was, unfortunately, still making its way across the Atlantic at the time of the 1814 battle. Had knowledge of the treaty been available sooner, lives might have been spared.