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  2. Computer-led study protocol could automate workflow, ease radiologists' load - Radiology Business

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    Computer-led study protocol could automate workflow, ease radiologists' load
    Radiology Business
    When clinicians' duties are seemingly always piled sky-high, radiologists are weighing which aspects of their job they can trust to automated technology. Selecting protocols for standard CT and MRI exams could be one of them, a group of Detroit ...




  3. Artificial Intelligence Is (and Isn't) Transforming Radiology - Columbus CEO

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    Artificial Intelligence Is (and Isn't) Transforming Radiology
    Columbus CEO
    Early efforts to substitute smart computers for radiologists “didn't understand fully what radiology is,” he says. The field is a complex environment that goes well beyond the technical aspects of photo images and facial recognition. Only professionals ...
    UK can lead the way on ethical AI, says Lords Committee - News from Parliament - UK ParliamentParliament UK
    AI in the UK: ready, willing and able - Parliament (publications) - Parliament UKParliament (publications) - Parliament UK

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  4. Data Breach at Middletown Medical Impacts up to 63K Patients - Healthcare Informatics

    Data Breach at Middletown Medical Impacts up to 63K Patients
    Healthcare Informatics
    The Orange County, New York-based Middletown Medical has acknowledged a data breach in which a security setting on one of the group's radiology interfaces enabled unauthorized users to access electronic patient information. The misconfigured security ...

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  5. Ordering providers are producing less clinical information in radiology requisitions - Radiology Business

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    Ordering providers are producing less clinical information in radiology requisitions
    Radiology Business
    The authors studied radiology requisitions from 2011 to 2016, focusing on three categories of imaging studies: chest x-rays, abdomen/pelvis CTs and head CTs. Overall, declines were seen in the quality of clinical questions in CT requisitions and in the ...



  6. Medical imaging informatics is the next data step forward - TechTarget

    Medical imaging informatics is the next data step forward
    TechTarget
    Informatics, AI and analytics for medical imaging need data volume to succeed. For example, it takes millions of images for AI to learn about disease patterns in the data, interpret the patterns correctly and then attempt to highlight potential trouble ...

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  7. Implementing resident-led radiology rounds: 3 key takeaways - Radiology Business

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    Implementing resident-led radiology rounds: 3 key takeaways
    Radiology Business
    Radiology rounds were once common, allowing radiologists and referring physicians to interact on a regular basis and discuss patient care. Today, however, they are largely a thing of the past. The authors of a new study published in Current Problems in ...




  8. Can CDs Be Eliminated From the Image-Sharing Process? - Healthcare Informatics

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    Can CDs Be Eliminated From the Image-Sharing Process?
    Healthcare Informatics
    The dream of imaging informatics executives is to get CD-ROMs out of the workflow. But they are stubbornly persistent — like fax machines in physician offices. During a recent webinar put on by the Society for Imaging Informatics in Medicine (SIIM ...




  9. Neurologists value imaging reports more if they come from subspecialized radiologists - Radiology Business

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    Neurologists value imaging reports more if they come from subspecialized radiologists
    Radiology Business
    Neurologists are likely to put more worth into radiology reports if the radiologist responsible for them holds a subspecialization in the field, Dutch researchers reported early this month in Clinical Radiology. For several years, the question of ...




  10. Report: Telehealth Market Estimated to Reach $19.5B by 2025 - Healthcare Informatics

    Report: Telehealth Market Estimated to Reach $19.5B by 2025
    Healthcare Informatics
    The report also examines the global telehealth market by application and projects that radiology will account for a high share of the market, projected to expand at a CAGR of 13 percent from 2017 to 2025. “Telehealth technology and services enable ...

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  11. Further evidence suggests interruptions to radiology reporting rooms are detrimental to patient safety - Radiology Business

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    Further evidence suggests interruptions to radiology reporting rooms are detrimental to patient safety
    Radiology Business
    Interrupting radiologists during image interpretation—an inconvenience that can disrupt the physician's workflow an average of five times an hour—increases reporting times and decreases accuracy, especially in complex cases, according to research ...

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