Imaging providers are implementing new and creative ways to improve breast cancer screening at their facilities, including holding special V.I.P. nights and offering services from within a shopping mall.

Half of all physicians in the United States experience burnout, and recent surveys have suggested that number could be even higher among women.

The U.S. Pharmacopeia (USP) has published a new chapter on the minimum standards required to prepare, compound, dispense and repackage both sterile and non-sterile radiopharmaceuticals associated with state-licensed activities.

Historically, radiology has been unable to recruit women and underrepresented minorities (URMs) as well as other healthcare specialties. Why is this the case? How can that trend be reversed?

Escape rooms have gained popularity in recent years, putting participants in a “locked” environment and seeing if they have the creativity to find their way out. Could such an experience benefit radiology residents?

Volpara Health Technologies, the parent company of Volpara Solutions, has signed an agreement to acquire Seattle-based MRS Systems, Inc.

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is exploring the possibility that numerous healthcare vendors, including Siemens AG, Philips NV and General Electric, may have used “local middlemen” to bribe the Chinese government and certain hospital officials, according to new reporting from Reuters. 

An imaging provider from North Canton, Ohio, has been indicted for billing Medicare and Medicaid for approximately $2 million in imaging services that never actually occurred.

Machine learning can help reduce a radiologist’s workload by identifying negative mammograms that do not need to be interpreted, according to new findings published in the Journal of the American College of Radiology.

Surveillance MRI can help imaging providers detect more breast cancers, according to a new study published in Radiology. However, it also leads to a much higher biopsy rate.

Numerous healthcare organizations have released a second research roadmap focused on AI technologies in radiology. The full document was published in the Journal of the American College of Radiology.

Medivis, a New York-based healthcare technology company, announced that its new augmented reality (AR) surgical platform has received FDA approval.