A team of imaging experts from the epicenter of the outbreak detailed their systematic strategy in European Radiology.
Former UPMC doc Omar Almusa was convicted of the scheme in 2018 and sentenced to two years in prison, but wants out since he has Crohn's disease.
The American College of Emergency Physicians announced April 14 that its foundation is offering $100,000 for research into COVID care.
A team of researchers in Spain is working to develop the brand new imaging tool, aimed at simplifying radiologists’ workflows and assessing symptoms more easily.
David Wolin, MD, a physician in breast imaging at Brooklyn Hospital Center, is one of the latest to die on the front lines of the pandemic.
Ferrum Health recently announced its latest round of investment, with Blumberg Capital leading the investment pack.
The Fleischner Society recently published its consensus statement on the role of imaging in the management and diagnosis of COVID-19 in Radiology.
In its first “COVIDView” update released Friday, the CDC reported increased visits to outpatient providers and emergency departments in recent months for coronavirus-like symptoms.
Physicians across the globe are being forced to get creative to keep their doors open and care delivered.
As the coronavirus pandemic continues to spread, more provider organizations appear to be joining the bandwagon to let radiologists telecommute.
CXR is sometimes deployed by radiologists to assess patients suspected of having coronavirus when CT is not available, but a new study casts serious doubts on that practice.
The results are preliminary and the study sample is small, but experts believe they warrant clinicians' attention, according to the JAMA Pediatrics analysis.