As radiology practices across the country look to reopen and begin working through the massive backlog of delayed care, patient outreach is a critical piece of the puzzle, experts say.
The Baltimore-based institution—named the top school for radiology training in the U.S.—has held two such sessions on the web this year, reaching tens of thousands of viewers.
Arterys announced the capital infusion on May 29, with the lion’s share of funding coming from Benslie Investment Group and Temasek Holdings.
The Japanese photocopier and camera-making giant had originally hoped to seal the deal with its Tokyo-based rival in July.
Nearly half of healthcare workers are experiencing some symptoms of post-traumatic stress during the pandemic, and almost 25% report signs of depression, according to a new JAMA survey.
In magnetic resonance alone, the Chicago-based corporation estimated that U.S. providers have postponed upward of 5 million scans since the pandemic started.
The Nashville-based physician firm said such visits have occurred across 34 states and in hospitals, offices, urgent care clinics and post-acute settings.
Australia-based 4DMedical said the software can also assist in assessing patients with asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, cystic fibrosis and lung cancer.
In just a few short months, Beaumont Health system has delayed about 9,500 imaging exams, along with thousands more procedures.
That’s according to a new opinion piece, published recently in the Journal of the American College of Radiology.
Radiology Associates of Richmond is the 28th such practice to make the move, marking the larger group’s 20th state and first foray into Virginia.
A recent study in JACR explored how video conferencing’s growing popularity in the profession may be having a negative impact on women.