Beyond Watson: AI in Radiology
Excitement brews with Watson’s capabilities, but companies already provide artificial intelligence to radiology.
Tools to Aid the Radiology Workflow
New technology can make the imaging process faster and more accurate.
Behind Venture Capitalists’ Interest in Radiology
Why have venture capitalists shown so much interest in radiology?
In Radiology, Man Versus Machine
Will radiologists eventually be replaced by artificial intelligence?
How to Survive a Merger or Acquisition in Radiology
A continuing trend in radiology, it’s time to think logically about mergers and acquisitions.
How Radiologists Can Get Along with Everyone
Tips for radiologists on maximizing their relationships.
Radiologists Need to Lead Change
CHICAGO-Radiologists need to lead change or risk damaging the field, according to experts at RSNA 2015.
Big Data in Radiology: Use it Right
CHICAGO–Big data can be helpful for radiology practices, they just need to know how to use it properly, as discussed at RSNA 2015.
Where EHRs Fall Short
CHICAGO-Discussed at RSNA 2015, EHRs have not lived up to the accessibility they promised.
Teaching Radiologists to Be Business Leaders
CHICAGO-Advice given at RSNA 2015 on preparing radiologists for the new field of radiology.
Researcher to Watch 2015: Edward Bluth, MD
The winner of the researcher category of our Top People to Watch in Radiology 2015 contest: Edward Bluth, MD.
Radiologist to Watch 2015: Thomas Osborne, MD
The winner of the radiologist category of our Top People to Watch in Radiology 2015 contest: Thomas Osborne, MD.
Group to Watch 2015: Riverside Radiology and Interventional Associates
The winner of the group category of our Top People to Watch in Radiology 2015 contest: Riverside Radiology and Interventional Associates.
How to Make the Most of Radiology Training
CHICAGO-Guidance from experts at RSNA 2015 on maximizing the radiology residency experience.
Radiologist’s Guide to Informed Patient Consent
CHICAGO-Experts advise at RSNA 2015 what radiologists need to know about informed consent.
Technologist to Watch 2015: David Howard
The winner of the technologist category of our Top People to Watch in Radiology 2015 contest: David Howard.
How to Stand Out in a Radiology Interview
CHICAGO-How radiologists should navigate the job or fellowship interview process.
8 Reasons Why Radiology’s Future Is Bright
CHICAGO-Be optimistic about radiology’s future.
Tips for Radiologists for Talking to Patients
CHICAGO-Advice for radiologists on communicating effectively with patients.
In Radiology, Turnaround Time is King
But at what turnaround time, do radiologists start to compromise quality?
Q&A: Writing the Book on Radiology Reports
Langlotz’s new book describes the urgent need for improvement of radiology reports.
Radiology Veers Off the ROAD
Have changes in health care forced radiology off the ROAD?
From Practicing Radiologist to Trainee
A look at three radiologists who left their practices to train in fellowships.
The Procrastinator’s Guide to ICD-10
Radiology practices may need to pull all-nighters in the final days leading up to ICD-10 implementation.
The Fate of PACS
Experts agree, PACS can’t survive as it is today.
Analytics Can Save Radiology
This edition of the Business of Radiology series focuses on analytics in radiology.
Medical Schools Put Radiology in the Spotlight
Medical schools around the country are using different strategies to get students interested in radiology.
Q&A: Students Need More Exposure to Radiology
A diagnostic radiology residency director discusses why interest in radiology has waned, and what can be done about it.
Q&A: What Are Radiologists Doing on Capitol Hill?
Radiologists visit Capitol Hill every year, why?
Radiologists Relinquish Ultrasound
The increasing use of point-of-care ultrasound is moving the modality away from radiologists.
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