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Many new imaging solutions were on display at the world's largest health informatics conference, held at McCormick Place in Chicago.

Radiologist David Gruen, MD, discusses some of the overarching themes from the Healthcare Information Management Systems Society's annual meeting.

End-users of various radiology IT systems offer their assessment of the software in the annual KLAS Research 2023 Best in KLAS report.

Danish researchers reported in Radiology that an artificial intelligence system was able to interpret more than 114,000 screening mammograms using a reading protocol with high sensitivity and specificity.

Age and workload affect reader performance for screening mammograms

Age, specialty training and reading volume give readers an edge over their peers when it comes to screening mammogram interpretations.

January 30, 2023
As artificial intelligence (AI) adoption expands in radiology, there is growing concern that AI algorithms needs to undergo quality assurance (QA) reviews. How to validate radiology AI? How can you validate medical imaging AI?

Cardiologists use video-based AI model to ID coronary artery disease

A team of specialists out of Cedars-Sinai developed the deep learning model using TTEs from nearly 3,000 patients.

January 26, 2023

Do non-physician providers request contrast-enhanced imaging more often?

The growing presence of non-physician practitioners has created an increased demand for contrast-enhanced imaging, according to new data.

January 17, 2023
transesophageal echocardiography (TEE)

Simulations help 'accelerate the TEE learning curve' for cardiology trainees

Simulation-based training can help cardiology fellows improve their TTE abilities, even when instructors or equipment are in short supply. 

January 11, 2023

Radiologist- and technologist-related errors to blame for most musculoskeletal MRI recalls

These errors are frequently due to a breakdown in communication between radiologists, technologists and referring providers, either before or during exams, according to a new analysis of more nearly 63,000 musculoskeletal MRI exams.

December 20, 2022
An example of a lung cancer found using low-dose computed tomography (LDCT). Image courtesy of RSNA

Woman dies of lung cancer after radiologist fails to recommend follow-up for ‘large’ abnormality

According to reports, the respiratory physician who treated the patient following her lung cancer diagnosis described her death as “totally avoidable."

December 12, 2022

Can scatter correction software replace physical grids?

The clinical application of scatter correction software is limited by numerous factors, according to a new analysis.

November 23, 2022

Intermittent fluoro method reduces radiation dose during image-guided biopsy

And the method does not come at the expense of diagnostic yield, an uptick in adverse events or increased procedure times.

November 11, 2022
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