SIIM16 shed light on patient-centered radiology, artificial intelligence, and their confluence
Nadim Michel Daher
ECR 2016 reveals no end in sight to the commoditization trend in CT, but few lights of hope.
HIMSS 2016 uncovers major facelift for the imaging IoT.
HIMSS 2016 helped refine the outlook of the time to market for deep learning in medical imaging.
At RSNA 2015, it was clear that machine learning and radiomics are in radiology’s future.
A ubiquitous theme at RSNA 2015 was the growth of 3D printing, providing an opportunity for radiology to take the lead.
CHICAGO—A key trend from the RSNA 2015 show floor was equipment upgradeability.
Thoughts on Big Iron, managed fleets, and technology partnerships from RSNA 2015.
EMR vendors threaten the cardiology imaging informatics field.
Cardiac MRI procedure volume is on the rise, potentially bidding radiologists and cardiologists against each other.