Such occurrences are relatively rare in radiology, but even one case of patient harm is too many, experts argue, underlining the importance of staying on top of this issue. 

Two separate radiology providers recently relaunched their mammography services following lengthy suspensions, triggered by FDA and ACR concerns. 

Researchers at two European imaging centers recently tested out this theory, with eye-opening results. 

Sutter Health has used the new artificial intelligence platform to catch missed cancer diagnoses before they snowball into an untreatable state. 

These measures were developed by a working group of clinicians and provide radiologists with a new opportunity to score incentives, officials said. 

Exams of patients who require a translator appeared to be of “significantly worse” quality, underlining the need to strengthen communication, according to new research in Abdominal Imaging. 

Emory University recently devised a detailed process to ensure that such tests are delivered in a uniform fashion across its vast clinical enterprise.

Results from a high-profile breast cancer screening program in Ireland are adding more ammunition to the argument that radiologists need help. 

A duo of doctors from Johns Hopkins University’s School of Medicine believes it’s long past time to address this issue in a scientific manner. 

The finding was part of a larger exploration of healthcare waste, published recently by consulting firm Altarum. 

Dutch-Belgian researchers this week unveiled findings from the long-running NELSON trial, which has tracked the impact of low-dose CT on mortality. 

The clinical tool has facilitated 41 million reviews since its inception, but some doctors are still concerned about being punished for their mistakes, according to a new study.