Tag: Digital Imaging

6 Key Considerations of Patients Who Return for A Postponed Elective Imaging

Radiology practices are struggling to settle the backlog of their elective imaging results built up due to the pandemic. Patients might want to consider some of the key factors in this matter, according to the New York Presbyterian Hospital survey, which was published in the Journal of the American College of Radiology (JACR). The academic […]

Below 40% of providers comply with the follow-up suggestions of radiologists when it comes to incidental findings

Astounding advancements in medical science and technology and have significantly revolutionized the healthcare sector. The gross count of incidental findings is increasing steadily with the continuous improvement in imaging quality and its proper utilization. It is mainly on medical care setting and healthcare provider type, compliance with suggested follow-up examinations for these findings are dependent […]

Zero Errors Assured With Automated And Structured Reporting

According to the latest Duke University study exploring the efficacy of different Thyroid Imaging Reporting and Data System strategies, imaging for thyroid ultrasound sees a new dawn. By adopting an automated and fully structured reporting template, it is possible to minimize errors down to nil. The study was published in the recent JACR. Testing four […]

Diagnostic Imaging Pay Continues To Drop Except Nuclear Medicine

Healthcare is one of the primary aspects that every nation needs to look after to keep the population healthy and working. The better the quality of a country’s human resources, the higher are the chances of the nation to ascend the stairs of success and prosperity. With phenomenal advancement in science and technology over the […]

3 Strategic Tips For Radiology Practices To Emerge Stronger From The Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic is probably the deadliest pandemic that the world has faced in the last 100 years. Apart from taking millions of lives across the world, this lethal pandemic has also changed the operational and financial intricacies of the healthcare sector. Like every other domain, the radiology sector has received a hard blow from […]

7-Steps Plan Recommended by ACR to Resume Radiology Practices

The world has come to a halt over the last few months. In order to contain coronavirus and keep its spread under control, almost all the industries, offices, markets, and establishments across the globe have gone under complete lockdown. But since it is not possible to keep the world economy closed until a potential vaccine […]

How A Large Healthcare System Reduced Variation In Radiology Reports

Healthcare is the backbone of any country. If the healthcare system of a nation is not sound, the chances are slim that the nation would ever be able to register steady growth. Healthcare decides the overall quality of human resources, which, in turn, is a critical component of economic prosperity and growth of a country. […]

Can CDS Reduce Waste?

There is a growing concern about the overuse of healthcare resources, which includes imaging. Researchers are on a mission to determine if a clinical decision support (CDS) tool can help less experienced clinicians reduce inappropriate use of imaging. A study conducted by a single institution analyzed over 5000 CT and MRI imaging orders collected before […]