U.S. Sen. Mark Warner, D-Va., recently spelled out his concerns in a sharply worded letter to the Defense Health Agency.

A blue-ribbon panel of gurus recently shared their advice in an article set to be published in April’s American Journal of Roentgenology

Advanced Radiology Services has built a data warehouse internally that’s transforming the way its clinicians tackle problems. 

Michigan Medicine's Vivek Kalia, MD, recently made this call to action to his peers in a new Academic Radiology editorial. 

Roosevelt General Hospital is urging its customers to stay vigilant, as information affected included dates of birth, social security numbers and insurance details. 

As part of the rollout, Ambra Health, LifeImage and Philips Healthcare have committed to adopting this framework. 

The model has shown early promise, producing a five-fold increase in radiologists’ reported rate of finding significant errors. 

Experts recently made their pitch for informatics as a burnout-buster in a new analysis, set to be published in February’s Clinical Imaging. 

Researchers with Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, in Boston, recently made that discovery through a years-long experiment involving tens of thousands of patients. 

With so many gunshot victims requiring some type of imaging, radiologists can play a “pivotal” role in addressing this epidemic of violence, including building a database to better track violence’s aftermath. 

Forty years after physicist Allan Cormack and electrical engineer Godfrey Hounsfield jointly won a Nobel Prize for inventing computed tomography as we know it, the modality continues to generate new or improved uses and iterations. RBJ spoke with several trailblazers who are still plumbing the depths of CT applications.

Those include the company’s cost-conscious Focus 35C Detector and its Dual-Energy imaging application, which uses two filter materials to automatically switch between high- and low-energy exposures.