Could Very Low Field Strength Be the Next Frontier for MRI?
Advancements in reducing field strength are bringing MRI closer to populations unserved by the technology.
Hey FDA, There’s No Need to Add to Cancer Patients' ScanxietyJanuary 27th 2021
Registering all manufacturer repair service providers -- including third parties -- with the FDA could go a long way to reducing patient follow-up imaging fears.
In Her Words: RSNA’s New President Outlines Priorities, Discusses Challenges, and Shares VisionJanuary 14th 2021
Mary C. Mahoney, M.D., the new president for the Radiology Society of North America offers her insights into what awaits radiology and the role the Society will play in continuing the specialty to grow, expand, and improve.
Diagnostic Uncertainty During COVID-19 Heightens Need for Certified Sonographers Treating Patients
Credentialing leads to higher-quality, more consistent care while improving patient trust.
How Pharmaceutical Innovation Is Saving the WorldJanuary 5th 2021
The pharmaceutical industry has accomplished the medical breakthrough of our lifetime. In nine months, the investigators, physicians, and business leaders involved have created a lifeline, rescuing the world from COVID-19. It’s a feat the United States and the world must appreciate.
RADxx Rising Star: Imaging Informatics Not Only Increases Efficiency, But Also Career FlexibilityDecember 22nd 2020
Imaging informatics can be an effective tool in meeting clinical needs, but it can also be a vehicle for increasing flexibility in radiology, says Carol Wu, M.D., RADxx Rising Star 2020 Awardee.