Together they'll read more than 130 million exams annually and serve 2,000 customers including the 10 top U.S. hospitals, the two said Thursday.
California radiologists have seen average turnaround times and flags per exam plummet, with skepticism quickly dissipating, experts wrote in JACR.
University Hospitals recently finished implementing a novel algorithm for detecting pneumothorax, sharing its early lessons learned in the Journal of the American College of Radiology.
The difference when using speech-recognition software may be accentuated in certain groups of radiologists, UNC researchers detailed in the Journal of Digital Imaging.
In a recent survey, radiologists found SR much more efficient, concise and clearly defined when compared to a free-text approach.
The Minneapolis-based vendor has inked several recent radiology-related partnerships, with Google Cloud and Siemens Healthineers, among others.
Surveying hundreds of patients across five countries, researchers found a clear need to simplify spine imaging write-ups to reduce anxiety and unnecessary treatment.
Substantial variability in interpretation exists between rad subspecialties and spine clinicians, experts detailed in Current Problems in Diagnostic Radiology.
After years of delays, the initiative's usefulness has "diminished significantly," imaging leaders from several noted institutions wrote in Health Affairs.
Surgeons need to evaluate computed tomography scans themselves in order to appropriately decide management strategies, physicians wrote recently.
Several experts recently revealed what the specialty wants from its radiologist peers, publishing their guidance in the Journal of Clinical Orthopedics and Trauma.
The weeklong course will include live lectures, group discussions and more.
U.S. healthcare may be high on China’s wish list of Western spheres of activity to infiltrate ever more deeply with artificial intelligence and other advanced technologies.
One large health system actually treated more heart failure patients during the pandemic than it had in previous years.
The AI development team was guided by a sports-medicine specialist dubbed “the go-to orthopedic surgeon for many of the greatest athletes on the planet.”