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Now that patients want to play a more hands-on role in their own healthcare, the quality of radiology reports has never been more important. In a new analysis published in the American Journal of Roentgenology, the authors highlighted current reporting standards and emerging best practices with special emphasis placed on patient-centric concepts in radiology reporting.

In the last decade, radiation exposure and patient dose has decreased in cardiology, according to trends analyzed and evaluated in a recent article published by the Journal of the American College of Radiology.  

Radiologists may want to invest in cloud-based image sharing software for departmental workflow purposes. New research in the American College of Radiology showed high efficacy of cloud-based image sharing in a mammography department.

A recent study in the American College of Radiology aimed to assess spending patterns on high-cost imaging during the final three months of life.

Cheryl Petersilge, MD, MBA, with the department of regional radiology at the Cleveland Clinic, examined enterprise imaging—and how radiologists must integrate and collaborate with other departments. Her clinical perspective clinical perspective was published online in the October issue of the American Journal of Roentgenology.


Recent Headlines

Intelerad Medical Systems announces deal with Imagix Medical Imaging

Intelerad Medical Systems, a Montreal-based developer of PACS and other software, announced this week that Imagix Medical Imaging will be deploying IntelePACS in its 13 radiology clinics.

Accommodating Non-DICOM Images: Is Your Enterprise Imaging Strategy Diverse Enough?

A comprehensive enterprise imaging strategy requires hospitals to develop discipline and processes to manage all forms of imaging—including the rapidly proliferating category of mobile images

ProMedica signs on to expand Sectra PACS into Sectra VNA

Sectra announced this week that ProMedica, a 13-hospital healthcare system serving Ohio and Michigan, has signed a six-year contract to expand its Sectra PACS into a Sectra Vendor Neutral Archive (VNA). 

Carestream joins Intel's Storage Builders Program

Carestream Health announced this week that it has officially joined Intel’s Storage Builders Program, an open collaboration of companies looking to “revolutionize” cloud-based storage. 

JACR sponsors development ‘hackathon’ during ACR 2016

Let’s make an app! The Journal of the American College of Radiology (JACR) is hosting its very first “hackathon” next month at the ACR 2016 annual meeting in Washington, D.C.

Many rad departments still lack PACS-EMR integration, but improvement may be on the way

Integration between PACS and electronic medical records (EMRs) is still lacking for many radiologists, but there are reasons to believe it could improve in the near future, according to a recent study published by the Journal of the American College of Radiology.

Olea Medical’s Olea Sphere software gains FDA clearance

French software application manufacturer Olea Medical announced this week it has received FDA clearance for its Olea Sphere 3.0 software. 

Omnyx announces launch of new Dynamyx software

Omnyx, a joint venture of GE Healthcare and the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, announced this week it is launching its new digital pathology software, Dynamyx.

AMRA announces new marketing agreement with GE Healthcare

AMRA, a global medical technology company based out of Linköping, Sweden, has entered into a new marketing agreement with GE Healthcare, the company announced at this week’s European Congress of Radiology in Vienna, Austria. 

HIMSS and SIIM join forces to tackle enterprise imaging challenges

The Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) and the Society for Imaging Informatics in Medicine (SIIM) are teaming up in an effort to advance the adoption and capabilities of enterprise-wide image sharing strategies.