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RSNA Announces $4 Million in Research, Education Grants

July 08, 2020

The RSNA Research and Education Foundation awards 93 grants from 47 institutions.

AI Is Not the End of Radiology’s World

July 08, 2020

One expert makes the case that the negative hype around artificial intelligence is not warranted and the radiologist’s role is secure.

A 9-Step Plan to Confront COVID-19

July 07, 2020

A network of nearly 50 CT facilities and the Moscow government reveal how their collaboration is working to promptly diagnose patients with COVID-19.

X-ray Identifies More Air Pressure Lung Injuries in COVID-19 Patients

July 07, 2020

Patients positive for the virus are more likely to experience barotrauma, putting them at risk for longer hospital stays and mortality.

FDA Approves First AI-Powered Stroke Imaging Solution

July 07, 2020

Rapid ASPECTS receives clearance as first neuroimaging analysis device in computer-aided diagnostic category.

Radiology Leaders Urge Proceeding with Caution with Autonomous AI

July 06, 2020

ACR and RSNA leaders request the FDA slow its momentum with AI tools that work without radiologist oversight.

Your friend, the editor (part 2)

July 06, 2020

Envisioning the radiology editor – what could that look like?

What Do Referring Providers Want?

July 06, 2020

Partnering healthcare providers look for – and value – six main things from radiology.

Physician Specialty Shortage – Including Radiologists – Continues to Climb

July 05, 2020

The Association of American Medical Colleges predicts the specialist shortfall could swell to nearly 42,000 by 2033.

Unique Traits for Interval Breast Cancers Point to Poor Patient Outcomes

July 03, 2020

Breast cancers identified between patient screenings are more aggressive and lethal.

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