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4 Pillars to Building Radiology’s Better Future


Bright years are ahead for the industry, according to industry expert Bhavya Rehani, M.D., if focus is given to selfless service, education, technology and innovation, and engaging the global community.

Building a better future for radiology goes beyond creating the best modality equipment, and it pushes the industry to stretch its capabilities across the globe.

For Bhavya Rehani, M.D., assistant professor of radiology at the University of California, San Francisco and co-founder and chief executive officer and president of non-profit organization Health4theWorld, creating that augmented future requires work and collaboration in four pillars: selfless service, education, technology and innovation, and engaging the global community.

In the Annual Oration on Diagnostic Radiology on Nov. 30 during the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) annual meeting, Rehani discussed the specifics about the challenges that exist to realizing this future and the ways radiologists can conquer those obstacles in the short-term.

Diagnostic Imaging spoke with her about how radiology can bring this better future to fruition.

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