Health systems and practices are scrambling to create cogent imaging informatics solutions in the face of hospital consolidation 

Enough about the good old days—look ahead with new eyes

Radiology’s information highway offers unique opportunities for value and revenue enhancement

Recognizing that he had some hard, social media-phobic cases from the baby boom generation in the room, C. Matthew Hawkins, MD, pediatric interventional radiologist, Emory University Hospital, Atlanta, and widely acknowledged social media expert, first tried to set his subjects at ease.

No less than the Federal Bureau of Investigation put the healthcare industry on alert after a 2014 report1 revealed that at least 375 U.S. healthcare-related organizations had been breached by hackers between September 2012 and October 2013—some unwittingly.

Imaging informaticists are moving outside the department of radiology to impose order on the deluge of images generated by other care providers

Five years after the program rolled out, radiologists weigh the pros and cons of attesting to meaningful use of health IT

To prevail over competing demands for capital, hospital radiology departments must build a solid business case for new technology investments

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