The ACR recently scored a $341,000 grant to develop an incidental findings quality measurement and is now asking for expert assistance. 

The University of Wisconsin’s Perry Pickhardt, MD, made his pitch in a new analysis, published Jan. 8 in the American Journal of Roentgenology

Covera Health will use the funds to speed up research and development of tools to measure the impact of errors in imaging.

The finding was part of a wide-ranging survey of doctors’ after-work habits across the U.S., gauging everything from automobile preference to pot and alcohol use. 

A medical imaging nurse manager offers care teams four easy steps to begin addressing bullying in the workplace.

Several East Coast institutions are collaborating to trial a new diagnostic method that could detect the disease two or more decades before symptoms arise. 

"I consider step counts to be a new vital sign for cancer treatment,” said Nitin Ohri, MD, a radiation oncologist with the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. 

The Raleigh, North Carolina, company's growing team of providers now stretches across 13 states and 130 outpatient centers. 

She wants a refund following an FDA review, which determined that some imaging tests did not meet federal quality standards. 

With demands for 24/7 imaging services, robust access in rural areas and an emphasis on efficiency all increasing in medicine, radiologists must keep a keen eye on this development.

Many radiology business leaders are not approaching this issue with the seriousness it deserves, experts argue.

Following the acquisition, the company now employs 825-plus radiologists, reading almost 12 million studies annually.