Artificial Intelligence: The Winner of the RSNA 2020
Artificial intelligence topped the list of five major themes at RSNA 2020, highlighting all the developments from vendors this year.
For RadXX Trailblazer, Imaging Informatics Passion Comes from StrategyDecember 11th 2020
A desire to shape and help healthcare organizations direct their imaging informatics strategy is what drives award-winner Cheryl Petersilge, M.D., founder and chief executive officer of consulting firm Vidagos.
The Reading Room: Artificial Intelligence: What RSNA 2020 Offered, and What 2021 Could BringDecember 5th 2020
Nina Kottler, M.D., chief medical officer of AI at Radiology Partners, discusses, during RSNA 2020, what new developments the annual meeting provided about these technologies, sessions to access, and what to expect in the coming year.
RSNA 2020: Addressing Healthcare Disparities and Access to CareDecember 4th 2020
Rich Heller, M.D., with Radiology Partners, and Lucy Spalluto, M.D., with Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, discuss the highlights of their RSNA 2020 session on health disparities, focusing on the underlying factors and challenges radiologists face to providing greater access to care.
Elevated D-Dimer Values Can Help Select Better COVID-19 Patients for CT Pulmonary AngiographyDecember 3rd 2020
Whether a patient has a pulmonary embolism, a higher-than-normal D-dimer value can help identify patients for whom CTPA is most appropriate, alleviating some workload from emergency radiology.