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Pay Attention to Non-Interpretive Skills

Pay Attention to Non-Interpretive Skills

December 24th 2020

RSNA

They might not be used for diagnosis, but pay attention to -- and sharpen -- your non-interpretive skills. They can create a much better work environment.

For RadXX Trailblazer, Imaging Informatics Passion Comes from Strategy

For RadXX Trailblazer, Imaging Informatics Passion Comes from Strategy

December 11th 2020

RSNA

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.

AI & Medical Imaging: The Ethical Issues, Pt. 3

AI & Medical Imaging: The Ethical Issues, Pt. 3

December 8th 2020

RSNA

What other ethical questions exist, and what the future holds.

Dual-Energy CT Improves Diagnosis of Metastatic Lymph Nodes with Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer

Dual-Energy CT Improves Diagnosis of Metastatic Lymph Nodes with Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer

December 5th 2020

RSNA

DECT and electron density offers more accurate differentiation between metastatic and non-metastatic lymph nodes when compared to FDG PET/CT.

AI & Medical Imaging: The Ethical Issues, Pt. 2

AI & Medical Imaging: The Ethical Issues, Pt. 2

December 5th 2020

RSNA

Are radiologists approaching AI ethically, and what challenges exist.

The Reading Room: Artificial Intelligence: What RSNA 2020 Offered, and What 2021 Could Bring

The Reading Room: Artificial Intelligence: What RSNA 2020 Offered, and What 2021 Could Bring

December 5th 2020

RSNA

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.

MRI Reveals At-Risk Genetics Can Affect Cognitive Performance

MRI Reveals At-Risk Genetics Can Affect Cognitive Performance

December 4th 2020

RSNA

Differences in cortical thickness development correlates to cognitive differences and could be involved in increased risk for mental illness.

Unconscious Bias: Handling What You Don’t Know You Have

Unconscious Bias: Handling What You Don’t Know You Have

December 4th 2020

RSNA

Jorge Soto, M.D., and Maureen Kohi, M.D., discuss how unconscious bias presents in radiology and the tools that providers can use to recognize and minimize the biases when they appear.

RSNA 2020: Addressing Healthcare Disparities and Access to Care

RSNA 2020: Addressing Healthcare Disparities and Access to Care

December 4th 2020

RSNA

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.

For Early Alzheimer’s Disease Detection, Machine Learning Offers More Information

For Early Alzheimer’s Disease Detection, Machine Learning Offers More Information

December 4th 2020

RSNA

Novel deep learning model can provide needed information from multi-modal imaging even when some modalities are absent.