Whitney J. Palmer has been with Diagnostic Imaging since 2011, serving as the Senior Editor since November 2019. She has 20 years experience in healthcare and academic medicine reporting.
Celebrating Women in Imaging Informatics
Finding the female stars in a male-dominated field.
Q&A: AI For All Radiologists
Removing the cost barrier of AI in radiology.
What Artificial Intelligence Can Do For Radiology
Real-world applications of AI in radiology.
Emergency Preparedness in Radiology
How radiologists weather the storm.
Tools to Improve Radiology Efficiency
Technology can help radiology practices grow and be more efficient.
Patient Facing for the Non-Patient Facing Radiologist
New radiology initiatives encourage patient-centeredness for a specialty accustomed to non-patient facing.
How to Maximize the Radiologist-Technologist Relationship
Tips on strengthening relationships in the radiology department.
Q&A: Radiology Department Tests Artificial Intelligence
UVA Health System conducts trial on artificial intelligence integrated with PACS.
Engage Employees, Improve Radiology Patient Experience
Experts at AHRA 2017 discuss how employee engagement improves radiology patient experience.
What Administrators Need to Know about Imaging Informatics
A high-level overview of imaging informatics for the radiology administrator, from AHRA 2017.
Becoming World Class in Radiology
Experts at AHRA advise on how to make radiology part of a world-class institution.
Effective Radiologic Technologist Training
Best practices in training radiologic technologist students.
Riding the Improvement Wave in Radiology
Experts at AHRA encourage improvement projects in radiology.
Radiology Report: Satisfying Various Stakeholders
The radiology report needs to be tweaked for its growing audience.
Case Studies in Radiology Efficiency
How institutions have leveraged IT to streamline the radiology workflow.
Q&A: MACRA Proposed Rule and Radiology
What radiology practices need to know about CMS’ latest proposed rule.
Q&A: Wariness about Radiation Risks in Children
Researcher denounces low-dose initiatives for pediatric patients.
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