According to a recent article in Becker’s Hospital Review, just as patients are becoming more trusting about electronic health records, that trust is being violated.
It has been well over a year since American citizens have had a Surgeon General. When former Surgeon General Regina M. Benjamin left the post in 2013, it was filled on an interim basis by Rear Admiral Boris D. Lushniak. But this past Monday, all of that changed when Vivek Murthy, MD, stepped into the role of America’s Doctor.
The Ingenia 1.5T S from Philips is outfitted with relaxation features designed to minimize patient motion during MR exams, reducing the need for repeat imaging.
At the recent Radiological Society of North America annual meeting, Toshiba America Medical Systems introduced enhancements to its Aquilion One CT line designed to lower dose and improve patient safety.
Today’s hospital leaders face countless challenges–clinical, financial, and technological. Becker’s Hospital Review spoke with Steven Gabbe, MD, Chief Executive Officer at Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center about implementing electronic heath records and much more.
Consolidation among healthcare providers and ICD-10 ranked among the top concerns for physicians and patients in 2015 in a recent survey. Radiology practices are clearly not immune and need to plan strategically to meet these challenges. Becker’s Hospital Review recently reported on the survey findings.
Medical images, lab results, pharmaceutical prescriptions. These are just a few of the elements that go into today’s electronic health records. It adds up to an abundance of healthcare data that needs to be properly managed. Cio.com explored this pressing issue in a recent article.
Becker’s Hospital Review spoke with an expert about how hospital CFOs should evaluate potential partners. They also discussed best practices for running a finance team.
The American Society of Radiologic Technologists’ new website lets users add or renew their membership, view legislative updates, and take directed reading quizzes from their smartphones or tablets.
A new white paper and YouTube video by Virtual Radiologic pokes fun at the inaccuracies associated with the radiology profession—at least, according to the image results generated on the top online search engines.