As the year draws to a close, we take a look at our ten most viewed Imaging stories across our 2019 news and journals.
Multisociety AI Radiology Ethics Framework Announced
With AI moving into radiology at lightning speed, international imaging and informatics societies have worked together to produce a paper on ethics guidance.
Where do the computer sciences have the potential to reduce radiologist burnout, reduce costs and make workflow more efficient and what are the first steps in implementing the technology?
Creating the Dream Team in Radiology
A modern successful radiology department team needs top-flight professionals in everything from imaging to social media management.
Leading Breast Radiologist Wins 2019 RSNA Accolade
HealthManagement.org caught up with Fiona Gilbert in her busy schedule to discuss what she sees for the future of breast imaging and how she feels about RSNA recognition.
BREXIT Means BREXIT: Radiologists Without Borders
Prof. Papalois spoke to Healthmanagement.org about BREXIT and the potential repercussions the break from the EU may bring to patients and medical professionals.
Errors in interpreting imaging studies, particularly CT scans, are the leading cause of patient injury involving diagnostic radiologists, according to a study by malpractice insurer The Doctor’s Company.
A visionary radiologist explains how the European Society of Medical Imaging Informatics is bringing imaging and informatics together for best practices and patient outcomes.
Blockchain is an exciting new technology that promises to address many problems that exist within the current framework in radiology. Where can Blockchain potentially spark a revolution and increase quality while decreasing healthcare cost?
Prof. Sidhu, EFSUMB president, spoke to Healthmanagement.org about using ultrasound simulation models as tools for training and education, the greatest potential in combining ultrasound with contrast-enhanced ultrasound in examining children and new initiatives in the pipeline leading to EUROSON 2019.
Luxembourg hospital group Hôpitaux Robert Schumain (HRS) and Hanalytics Sàrl, the Luxembourg subsidiary of Singapore based Tech firm Hanalytics, joined forces to trial a radiological image analysis solution powered by AI system BioMind®.
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