An Oklahoma provider is resuming breast imaging this week following concerns from the Food and Drug Administration tied to the quality of its services.
Scientists from several institutions led by Oregon State University reached their conclusions by analyzing data from more than 3,000 patients included in the Women’s Health Initiative.
St. Anthony Regional Hospital announced that Lori Pietig will take over the new role this summer after more than 16 years with the institution.
Across all types of doctors, this shortfall may reach as high as 139,000, the Association of American Medical Colleges reported in its sixth annual analysis of staffing trends.
Tampa-based Tower Radiology hopes the new registration process will help to shorten lobby wait times while improving the patient experience.
That’s according to a new analysis of 123 patients who presented at six New York City hospitals for suspicion of stroke during the early weeks of the pandemic.
Customers have not reported any instances of hackers using this weakness to affect clinical care, the Amsterdam-based imaging giant said.
Providers who have been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic can now submit an Extreme and Uncontrollable Circumstances Application outlining their challenges.
Stanford University experts call their new neural network “LungNet” and say the system has delivered consistent, fast and accurate interpretation of computed tomography scans.
Its changes include removing the long-established guidance that individuals over age 65 are at a greater danger of outcomes such as hospitalization, ICU admission or death.
Wise practice leaders must find ways to anticipate and mitigate these hindrances to keep their calendars fully booked, experts wrote recently in Risk Management and Healthcare Policy.
It says more than 200 healthcare institutions across the globe have now expressed interest in participating, with “substantial” datasets already added to the repository.