The Radiology Support, Communication and Alignment Network, or R-SCAN, operates by having referrers, rads and patients work together to bolster imaging appropriateness.
Administrator Seema Verma said Medicare beneficiaries have traditionally not had predictable, immediate access to innovative devices, but that will change following Tuesday's announcement.
That's according to a new survey of academic medical center leaders, published in Clinical Imaging.
The Radiological Society of North America—and similar groups in Europe, Canada, Australia and New Zealand—offered 9 steps to support this endeavor.
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CyberMDX first discovered the issue, noting that it affects more than 100 devices, including CT, US, x-ray and MRI.
A new JACR analysis provides a roadmap for practice leaders looking to systematically tackle this challenge.
Most radiology residents also prefer a more systematized method of sharing their findings, signaling a possible change in future reporting trends.
The machine learning algorithm works by flagging abnormal, noncontrast exams for intracranial hemorrhage, experts wrote in Radiology: AI.
To help conserve resources, Irish imaging experts devised a systematic approach for reporting the likelihood of COVID-19 pneumonia on CXR.
Kaiser Permanente’s system works by dividing patients with suspicious nodules into eight separate categories, similar to screening mammography.
The gains were particularly notable in MRI and conventional radiography and at smaller hospitals, experts reported in Insights into Imaging.