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On the Gender Gap in Radiology

Why is radiology failing to attract more women? This editorial explores how diversity might be improved in the radiology specialty. Applied Radiology

Radiology Partners announces new partnership with Texas practice

Radiology Partners (RP) has announced a new partnership with an Austin, Texas-based practice, Austin Radiological Association (ARA).

US Radiology Specialists announces partnership to develop 24-hr teleradiology services

More than 65 physicians and staff at Denver-based Diversified Radiology will join US Radiology Specialists, a North Carolina-based imaging facility. Specifically, Diversified Radiology will bring its teleradiology services to the US Radiology team in an effort to provide 24-hour radiology services.

Healthcare groups around the world are celebrating 2018 International Day of Radiology

The American College of Radiology (ACR) is co-sponsoring the 2018 International Day of Radiology on Thursday, Nov. 8, alongside RSNA and the European Society of Radiology.

Radiology training programs should think outside the box during candidate interviews

A majority of radiology training programs utilize traditional interview techniques when interviewing candidates, according to a survey of active members of the Association of Program Directors in Radiology (APDR) published in Academic Radiology.

AI may cause anxiety, but medical student interest in radiology still growing

Recent research has suggested that artificial intelligence (AI) may be keeping students from considering radiology as a career. The author of a letter to the editor published in Academic Radiology, however, noted that interest in radiology appears to be growing. 

New lactation policy helps radiology residents feel less anxious on the job

A new case study in the Journal of the American College of Radiology detailed how one radiology department developed a policy in support of radiology residents who are breastfeeding mothers, which led to decreased anxiety and less time away from daily work.

ONRAD Inc. Partners With ImmersiveTouch to Bring World-Class Surgical Planning Systems to the ...

PHOENIX, Nov. 24, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- ONRAD, Inc., a 24/7 full-service technology-enabled radiology services provider offering comprehensive on-site, remote and custom professional radiology services, is Read more...

European Society of Radiology and Siemens Healthineers are Inviting Discussion on the Digital Future of Radiology

As part of their partnership, the European Society of Radiology (ESR) and Siemens Healthineers will, for the first time, offer a joint discussion platform for all aspects relating to the digitalization of radiology at the European Congress of Radiology, which will take place between February 27 and March 3, 2019, in Vienna, Austria.

Strategic Radiology welcomes its first member practice from Wisconsin

Strategic Radiology announced Radiology Associates of Appleton (RAA) has joined its coalition of independent radiology practices. The Appleton, Wisconsin-based practice is Strategic Radiology’s first member practice from the Badger State.

Is AI discouraging trainees from pursuing radiology?

Though AI continues to make great strides within radiology, some radiologists are still unprepared to educate medical students regarding its usage. This in turn may hinder medical students and trainees from pursuing radiology, according to a new editorial published in Academic Radiology.

VUMC's Women in Radiology program aims to improve the specialty’s gender gap

Women are underrepresented in radiology, something researchers within the specialty have spent more and more time exploring in recent years. At Vanderbilt University Medical Center (VUMC) in Nashville, Tennessee, the radiology department decided to take action, launching the Women in Radiology program in 2014.

3 key ways AI can be used in interventional radiology

Artificial intelligence (AI), especially machine learning (ML), is destined to play a key role in the future of interventional radiology (IR), according to the authors of a new study published in the Journal of Vascular and Interventional Radiology.

Commonwealth Radiology Associates Selects Healthcare Administrative Partners as Full-Service Revenue Cycle Management Provider

Healthcare Administrative Partners (HAP), a provider of outsourced billing, coding, and practice management solutions for radiology practices, today announces the addition of Commonwealth Radiology Associates (CRA) to its roster of radiology revenue cycle management clients. Under the terms of the agreement, HAP will perform all revenue cycle ...

Colorado, Texas radiology practices partner to launch 2 new companies

Denver-based Radiology Imaging Associates and San Antonio-based South Texas Radiology Group have partnered to create Covalent Radiology, a professional services company, and Covalent Healthcare Management, a full-service management services organization.

Should the language used in radiology reports be standardized?

As radiologists continues to emphasize demonstrating their value to patient care, there has been a push to standardize the language used in radiology reports. According to a new commentary published in Academic Radiology, however, those in favor of such a shift could end up regretting their decision.

Rise of AI keeping some medical students away from radiology

Many medical students think breakthroughs in artificial intelligence (AI) will reduce demand for radiologists, according to a new study published in Academic Radiology. AI has even discouraged some students from considering a career in radiology.

Academic radiology chairs are feeling burned out

Burnout is typically characterized by emotional exhaustion, depersonalization and a sense of low personal accomplishment. According to a recent Academic Radiology survey, a large portion of academic radiology department chairs are experiencing at least one or more of these symptoms.

Midstate Radiology Associates, LLC Named on 11th Annual Radiology 100 List

Midstate Radiology Associates, LLC. in Connecticut has been named #76 on the "Radiology 100" list by Radiology Business for the second consecutive year. MERIDEN, Conn. (PRWEB) November 02, 2018 For the second consecutive year, Midstate Radiology Associates, LLC. has been named to Radiology Business’s “Radiology 100” list. This is an annual ranking of the largest private radiology ...

Anthropomorphic breast ultrasound training helps radiology residents

Anthropomorphic breast ultrasound phantoms can be a useful tool for radiology resident education programs, according to new research published in the Journal of the American College of Radiology.

Leaders in radiology face their fair share of challenges

Providing high-quality leadership is crucial in radiology, but it can also be challenging, according to a new article published in the Journal of the American College of Radiology. What can radiologists do to grow in the face of these challenges and become better leaders?

How AI can help extract follow-up recommendations from radiology reports

Artificial intelligence (AI) can help providers identify follow-up recommendations in radiology reports, according to new research published by the Journal of the American College of Radiology.

Red Bank Radiology Contracts with Healthcare Administrative Partners for Comprehensive Revenue Cycle and Practice Management Services

Healthcare Administrative Partners (HAP), a leading provider of outsourced billing, coding, and practice management solutions for radiology practices, today announces the addition of Red Bank Radiology (RBR) to its roster of radiology revenue cycle management (RCM) clients. Red Bank Radiology is an independent imaging center located in Little Silver, New J...

AI detects more variation in free-text radiology reports than structured reports

A natural language processing (NLP) and machine learning algorithm was trained to evaluate variability in both free-text radiology reports and structured radiology reports, according to new research published in Current Problems in Diagnostic Radiology. The variation was more prevalent in free-text reports.

Orchestrating Radiology Workflow: Measuring, Managing and Load Balancing

Workflow is both the magic and worry of radiology. To borrow a phrase from a nursery rhyme: when it is good, it is very good indeed, but when it is bad, it is horrid. While many radiology groups enjoy good workflow, most have room for improvement in measuring productivity, managing studies and balancing workloads to boost business and burn out physician burnout and ease fatigue. Here’s how tw...

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