Authors


Kelly Barrett, Senior Clinical Marketing Manager, Boston Imaging

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Emerging Trends in AI, Ultrasound and OB/GYN Care

Given the influx of artificial intelligence (AI)-powered tools in health care, this author examines the potential intersection of this technology and ultrasound examination in obstetrics and gynecologic (OB/GYN) care


Brian F. Chapin, M.D.

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Brian F. Chapin, M.D. on the Uptake of PSMA PET in Prostate Imaging

The approval of Blue Earth Diagnostics' Posluma (flotufolastat F 18) is a significant step forward for PSMA PET imaging, but will it actually help improve patient outcomes?


Ajay Kohli, M.D.

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Radiology and AI for the Developing World

Penn Medicine is dedicated to improving artificial intelligence to address radiology needs in individual institutions worldwide, both improving performance and patient outcomes.


Victor Babatunde, M.D.

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Radiology and AI for the Developing World

Penn Medicine is dedicated to improving artificial intelligence to address radiology needs in individual institutions worldwide, both improving performance and patient outcomes.




Kay Ogenda, M.D.

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Image IQ Quiz (Video): Patient Presents with Enlarging Neck and Shoulder Region

What is your diagnosis for a patient who presents with increasing size of neck and shoulder region?


Thomas Shipp, M.D., RDMS

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Ultrasound is a Critical Tool of Managing Miscarriage

Ultrasound technology can be an indispensable tool for the management of suspected early pregnancy loss.


Christine Murray, Sr. Product Manager of Women's Health for FUJIFILM Healthcare Americas Corporation

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How to Address Three Common Issues in Your Mammography Practice

Emerging solutions for improved efficiency, patient comfort and image quality may ease the strain of increased patient volume as women catch up with mammography screenings that were delayed or put off during the COVID-19 pandemic.


Rama S. Ayyala, MD

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Addressing Burnout, Anxiety and Self-Care in the Age of COVID-19

Amid a sea of radiology staffing shortages, a global pandemic, and national issues, taking time out for ongoing self-care is more critical than ever to mitigate potential burnout.


Patrick Campbell

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Study Says Combination of AI and Electrocardiogram May Enhance Detection of Diabetes Risk

Emerging research suggests the machine learning-based DiaBeats algorithm could facilitate early detection of prediabetes or diabetes.


Joan Baker, MSR, RDMS, RDCS, FSDMS

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Combatting Workplace Musculoskeletal Injuries in the Radiology Community

Recognizing the significant potential for workplace injuries in the radiology field, these authors discuss the proactive benefits of optimal positioning and disruptions of static posture as well as a heightened management awareness of ergonomic solutions and potential issues in maneuvering mobile imaging units.


Martin Spence, Vice President of Service and Support Operations at FUJIFILM Medical Systems USA, Inc.

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How Industry-FDA Cooperation Removed Medical Imaging Device Delivery Delays

FDA regulators moved quickly to accelerate the delivery of replacement parts for imaging equipment that has proven to be critical tools in the diagnosis and treatment of COVID-19.



Jorge Ramirez, M.D., Practice President of Matrix teleradiology division, Radiology Partners

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Putting the Rad Back in Tele-radiology

With the right structure, teleradiology can offer radiologists an inclusive environment, especially during stressful times.


Leah Jolly, RVT

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What Does the Future of Certification Look Like?

Artificial intelligence and other emerging technological advances may transform health-care certification, potentially improving access to best practice standards, increasing provider engagement, and bolstering collaboration.



Marquita Williams, RDMS

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Volunteering in the Ultrasound Community

The opportunities and challenges in volunteering enable us to sharpen our leadership skills and get to the heart of our “why.”


Andrew Colbert, Senior Managing Partner & Founding Member, Ziegler's Healthcare Investment Banking

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Keys to Maximizing Your Share of the Local Radiology Market

A proactive approach to addressing four emerging trends in health-care reimbursement and revenue may enable radiologists to solidify and enhance the standing of their practice in their local communities.


Bryann Bromley, M.D.

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Ultrasound is a Critical Tool of Managing Miscarriage

Ultrasound technology can be an indispensable tool for the management of suspected early pregnancy loss.



Arlene Richardson, M.D.

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RAD-AID and Radiology

How radiology professionals can help medically underserved communities at home and abroad.


David Silva, CHC, CPHQ, Chief Compliance Officer, Collaborative Imaging

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Cyberattacks: What Radiology IT Departments Must Do Now

Proactive cybersecurity measures are essential to safeguard against the increasing threat of cyberattacks that can erode patient confidence, completely disrupt health-care practices, and potentially cost over a million dollars in network costs, downtime, and lost revenue.


Araceli Cabanillas, M.D.

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Image IQ Quiz: 30-Year-Old Patient with Knee Pain

Review the case study and test your knowledge to make the correct diagnosis.



Raymond Russell, III, MD, PhD, FACC, MASNC

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What Does the Future of Certification Look Like?

Artificial intelligence and other emerging technological advances may transform health-care certification, potentially improving access to best practice standards, increasing provider engagement, and bolstering collaboration.


Helen Nadel, MD, FRCPC

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Helen Nadel, MD, FRCPC, on Imperatives for Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging

Dr. Nadel was announced as president of SNMMI for the 2023-2024 term at the 2023 SNMMI annual meeting taking place in Chicago.


Michele Anzidei, M.D.

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Image IQ Quiz: Thickened Abnormal Bone Formation That May Involve the Skull

Review the case study and test your knowledge to make the correct diagnosis.


Heather Richoux, RDMS, RDCS, Chair, Inteleos

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Understanding the Value of Standardization in the Future of Medicine

Much more than a minimum bar to meet, standardization is our foundation for elevating the level of care and outcomes for all patients.


Jonathan Sharp

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Integrating AI Into Radiology Practice to Enhance Lung Disease Prediction and Diagnosis

Artificial intelligence has been shown to be beneficial in the discovery of prognostic biomarkers for lung cancer diagnosis, treatment, and response evaluation.

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