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CT
26
Feb

Breast cancer incidence rising among women under 50

Breast cancer incidence is rising among U.S. women under 50, according to new research published in JAMA Network Open [1].Read More

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23
Feb

Radiology at tipping point with limitations of RVUs and the growing shortage of radiologists

Staffing in radiology has reached a critical point where there are no longer enough radiologists to fill the number of open positions. Several challenges related to this were highlighted at RSNA 2023, including limitations on RVUs used to pay radiologists, the need for balancing workloads despite disincentives to reading some studies, and new workflow efficiencies...

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21
Feb

More with less: Department cuts technologists’ wasted time searching for CT supplies by 62%

Amid a challenging hiring landscape, one academic radiology department has deduced how to improve the efficiency of its CT technologists with a simple intervention.Read More

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19
Feb

World Health Organisation forecasts 77% increase in new cancer cases by 2050

New cancer cases are expected to surge 77% by 2050 when compared to levels recorded in 2022, according to new data from the World Health Organisation.Read More

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16
Feb

FDA issues Class I recall notice for Philips nuclear imaging system

Philips has launched a voluntary recall of a years-old nuclear imaging system due to potential patient safety concerns, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced recently.Read More

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15
Feb

Use of AI-driven CT workflows in outpatient imaging to better serve patients

In healthcare, efficiency and patient-centred care stand as pillars for institutions aiming to deliver optimal services. In radiology this means faster access to medical imaging rather than being referred to other locations, speeding up turnaround time and improving accuracy to reduce the need for additional imaging exams. Duly Health and Care in the Chicago suburbs...

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10
Feb

Trends and advances in CT systems at RSNA 2023

The Radiological Society of North America 2023 meeting is the epicentre for unveiling the latest innovations in computed tomography. Large vendors launched four new workhorse CT systems at the meeting and new technologies, especially in artificial intelligence and remote tech assistance, were shown by all CT exhibitors.

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22
Jul

Prompting primary care physicians in the EHR helps boost use of CT for lung cancer screening

Placing prompts in the electronic health record, reminding primary care physicians of patients’ potential eligibility for lung cancer screening, can increase the use of low-dose CT, according to a new analysis.

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20
Jul

How CT creates barrier to treating pulmonary embolism patients in cheaper outpatient settings

Concerning CT findings may be serving as a barrier to treating patients with low-risk pulmonary embolisms in cheaper outpatient settings, according to research published Wednesday in JAMA Network Open.

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17
Jun

Philips launches new AI-powered CT system said to improve workflows, increase returns

Philips has developed an AI-powered CT system that increases throughput and improves image quality, all while decreasing patient exposure to ionizing radiation.

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