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.
MedInformatix has announced that Rick Arnold, senior director of information technology at Fairfax Radiological Consultants, will become president of the MedInformatix Radiology Client Advisory Board for 2015.
BRIT Systems, a provider of PACS/RIS and teleradiology solutions, will become a wholly owned subsidiary of Imaging Advantage, a provider of evidence-based radiology services.
According to a new study by the Neiman Institute, nurse practitioners and physician assistants are 34% more likely than a primary care physician to prescribe an imaging procedure for established patients.
Imaging Economics conducted an online survey to find out what radiologists and radiology administrators are hoping to gain from this year’s RSNA event. Here’s some of what we learned.
Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston is notifying patients that their confidential health information may have been breached after a BWH physician was held up at gunpoint and forced to turn over his laptop and cell phone.
Radiologists at Emory University Hospital have developed a protocol for obtaining chest radiographs that could significantly improve physicians’ ability to rapidly diagnose patients suspected of having Ebola.
The creation of the Office of Enterprise Data and Analytics is the most recent evidence of CMS’ commitment to improving data collection and dissemination. Niall Brennan, the agency’s first Chief Data Officer, will be leading the charge.
Imaging Economics magazine and digital media brand is proud to welcome our newest editorial advisory board member, Teri Yates, founder and principal consultant of Accountable Radiology Advisors.
A study at RSNA conducted by researchers from Harvard Medical School and physicians from Cottage Health System and DR Systems will involve attendees in image shuffling, a progressive reading method that departs from traditional, side-by-side image comparison.