Latest Articles in Imaging
Peer Review in Radiology: The Canadian Approach
Authors Prof. David A. Koff Associate Professor and Chair, Department of Radiology, McMaster University, Radiologist-in-Chief, Diagnostic Imaging, Hamilton Health Sciences HealthManagement Editorial Board member [email protected] Dr. Nadine Koff President and co-foundeRead more
Author Raghuraman Madanagopal Analyst Frost & Sullivan Breast cancer is the most common form of cancer in women, and the second leading cause of cancer death in women around the world, after lung cancer. The incidence of breast cancer in women increases dramatically with age,Read more
Perspectives on Error Disclosure in Radiology
Interviewees Professor Stephen Brown Assistant Professor of Radiology Boston Children’s Hospital Harvard Medical School Boston, US Professor Thomas Gallagher Department of Medicine Department of Bioethics & Humanities University of Washington Seattle,Read more
The WHO Surgical Safety Checklist:A Multifunctional Hospital Risk Management Tool
Author: Axel Fudickar Department of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care Medicine University Hospital Schleswig-Holstein Germany [email protected] Hospital risk management includes human factors and technical hazards as well as leadership, procedural, educatiRead more
Provision of a Dedicated Radiology Service For Acute Hospital Care
Author Dr. Daniel Boxer West Hertfordshire Hospitals NHS Trust Watford, UK [email protected] Key Point · Delivery of radiology for acute care within a dedicaRead more
Radiology in South Korea
Author Prof. Kyung-Hyun Do Department of Radiology University of Ulsan College of Medicine Asan Medical Center, Seou l [email protected] Healthcare in South Korea The Ministry for Health, Welfare and Family Affairs (MIHWFA) is responsible for the health of the population,Read more
The Almighty Power of IT
The revelations of Edward Snowden made it once again clear: “Big Brother” is watching us everywhere. It is not up to me to comment on the ethical impact of the U.S. National Security Agency, in particular as I was wondering why no western government was complaining against this infringement of ourRead more
No Systematic Link Between Medtech Innovation and Increase in Healthcare Expenditure
New research from the European Health Technology Institute (EHTI) confirms that there is no uniform relationship between medtech innovation and an increase in healthcare expenditure. The impact of medical technology on healthcare costs is a result of multiple, dynamic factors, such as whether a teRead more
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