Tag: medical imaging

4 Emerging Challenges That Holding Back Teleradiology from Confirming Widespread Access to Imaging

Teleradiology was facing an impending threat. However, it has successfully evolved from the treat to traditional imaging to accepted practices improving access to patient care. Several departments have already used some form of reads from the outside, though experts believe that it is yet to reach the full potential. A team of six experienced radiologists […]

Google Alerts Offer Something Extra: Pandemic-related Radiologist-friendly News Resources

Radiology is one of the fastest evolving fields in healthcare, which is ever-changing. To assist with these dynamic changes, Google alerts have come up with a useful tool for experts in imaging that can help them create custom searches best suited for their practice. It is constant assistance that keeps you updated on recent health […]

Covid-19 Contamination is Within the CT Scanner, According to Investigation

In a breakthrough investigation report, ribonucleic acid is found on the internal components of computed tomography scanner (CTS) from Covid-19. A team of researchers from the University of Genoa, based in Genova, Italy, disclosed these findings on October 1, 2020, in the European Radiology Experimental. However, contamination could be contained to filter in the machine, […]

40% of Less Providers Adhere to Follow-up Recommendations by Radiologists for Incidental Findings

With the rising trend of imaging quality as well as use, several secondary or incidental findings follow. However, new studies suggest that patients must adhere to recommended follow-up examinations for incidental discoveries are largely dependent on the type of provider and care settings. Doctors at the University of California discovered this at the Davis Medical […]

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 […]

Nearly 70% Of Radiology Practices Have Applied For Financial Relief During The Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic is one of the deadliest the century has seen. It has not only claimed thousands of lives but also shocked the economies gravely. The radiology imaging services, in particular, are experiencing a grim situation at present. As the pandemic continues to rule the market, besides claiming millions of lives, it has also […]

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 […]

Push To Prevent the Revised Payment Policy In Medical Imaging

The imaging technology has changed the medical world beyond recognition. When the X-ray was first discovered in 1895, little did people think it would bring such a phenomenal change to the medical world. However, in less than a year, the German physicist Wilhelm Rontgen had already developed a system that used X-ray for imaging. Since […]

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