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?

RSNA's COVID-19 Task Force is now looking to better understand the factors that go into patients’ decisions to seek, or delay, imaging care. 

Out of about 8 million Americans in this patient population, only 5.7% underwent low-dose computed tomography in 2019, according to a new analysis. 

Rates varied dramatically, falling as low as 12% and high as 91%, according to a new analysis published in JAMA Network Open. 

Henry Ford providers recently detailed the rare case of a 70-year-old woman who developed a large nodule four years after the procedure.

Accessing such info prior to reading scans is debated among medical circles, amid concerns that it could bias physicians. 

The International Atomic Energy Agency analyzed computed tomography use in dozens of countries for its analysis, published in Radiology

Loud sounds emitting from magnetic resonance machines can erode the patient experience, but Swiss experts may have found the fix. 

The incidental spotting of these “simple cysts” has increased in recent years, leading to unnecessary surveillance, Mass General researchers noted.