"Given concern over new variants, we believe that the home workstation program may continue to have a place in radiology training,” experts wrote.
More complicated exams could require additional physician time and effort, Emory University experts detailed in Current Problems in Diagnostic Radiology.
Radiation oncologist Bruce Haffty, MD, assumes the role of president, taking over for the departing Mary Mahoney, MD.
Mary Mahoney, MD, explored these themes during her presidential address kicking off RSNA's annual meeting Sunday.
Investigations of this phenomenon in the specialty are lacking and likely underreported, experts detailed in Radiology.
As of Monday, about 23,000 individuals had registered for the world's largest medical imaging conference compared to 51,800 in 2019.
Female representation in such positions remains low, according to new research published in Current Problems in Diagnostic Radiology.
Henry Ford Health System radiology administrators met with two-thirds of noncompliant employees ahead of their initial deadline to better understand their concerns, experts detailed in JACR.
Physicians have criticized ABR in recent years, targeting its alleged opaqueness, large fund balance and high user fees.
There is “immense variability” in how this is handled in clinical practice, with a lack of evidence-based literature, experts wrote in JACR.
Ten attorneys general recently took their beef to court, claiming the Jan. 4 deadline will only exacerbate deepening workforce shortages.
“This deception must end now. So many deaths could have been prevented," rads and other physicians recently wrote to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
Early valve replacement was associated with improved outcomes in a new study published in Circulation.
The Department of Defense is gifting Case Western researchers a grant to study the use of AI in determining whether patients require surgery.
Research publications by radiologists increased by 167% during the second year of the mentorship program, doctors at West Virginia University reported.