The American College of Radiology is worried the nation's largest integrated delivery system is drifting away from physician-led care teams. 

The Veterans Health Administration is creating a LDCT lung cancer program, and recently gauged team members' readiness for the complex initiative.

UnitedHealth Group is acquiring Change Healthcare for about $8 billion cash, the companies jointly announced Wednesday morning.

The number of patients completing forms prior to visits has nearly doubled at NYU Langone, according to an analysis published in Academic Radiology

Sherwin Hall, 27, was reportedly told that scanners were reserved for “urgent interventions,” with radiology services slowed down due to the pandemic. 

That’s partly because of the subspecialty’s broad scope and rapidly evolving technology to support physicians, experts wrote in Radiology

The Medical Imaging and Technology Alliance expressed "concern" that patients aren't fully aware of computed tomography colonography as an alternative to more popular exams. 

Lacking a deep bullpen and unable to send patients elsewhere, Eric Lewallen started staying onsite to help deliver x-rays on short notice. 

Currently, such contracts represent about $135 million, or 12%, of the Los Angeles provider's revenues, but it's looking for more. 

The findings underline the need for targeted action as radiology providers cope with this latest wave of COVID-19, experts explained in Clinical Imaging. 

Experts with the noted Baltimore institution believe the specialty must remain hyper-vigilant as it works through the pandemic-induced backlog of exams. 

Connecticut-based Hyperfine made waves earlier this year when it announced the arrival of what it calls the “world’s first” portable MRI scanner. Which brings about interesting questions: How does it work? Is it replacing traditional technology? And what has COVID-19 meant for mobile imaging?