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  • Defining—and dealing with—radiology’s personality problem

    Defining—and dealing with—radiology’s personality problem

    Anicka Slachta - Radiology Business | May 29, 2018


    ​Cultivating physician character in an increasingly tech-centered environment can be difficult for radiologists who are often isolated in their work, but in a medical landscape where quality patient care is key, imagers may need to venture outside of their comfort zone, a trio of Emory University radiologists wrote in Academic Radiology this May. Read More
  • EHRs exacerbate the pen and paper problems they were meant to solve: study

    EHRs exacerbate the pen and paper problems they were meant to solve: study

    John R. Fischer - https://www.dotmed.com | May 30, 2018


    ​That is what researchers at Penn Medicine argue in a new study, referring to EHRs as mere digital remakes of pen and paper files, and opting for a system that enables physicians to "subscribe" to patients, receiving push notifications on real-time updates for when action is required, as they do on social media and news app feeds. Read More
  • Radiology On The Increase

    Radiology On The Increase

    Whitney J. Palmer - http://www.diagnosticimaging.com | May 29, 2018


    ​Three years ago, if you asked radiology residency directors if they felt optimistic about the specialty’s future, you were likely met with a grimace. That year, 64 diagnostic radiology residency programs failed to fill all their positions. Read More
  • Cryptomining: What to know as the new cyberthreat surpasses ransomware

    Cryptomining: What to know as the new cyberthreat surpasses ransomware

    Tom Sullivan - www.healthcareitnews.com | May 02, 2018


    Ransomware might seem like the reigning infosec nightmare, but cryptomining and its nefarious brethren cryptojacking have come along to steal that throne. Read More
  • Net Neutrality Repeal Stands to Disrupt Medical Education, Clinical Training

    Net Neutrality Repeal Stands to Disrupt Medical Education, Clinical Training

    Alyssa Capel - www.medicalbag.com | April 26, 2018


    ​Over the past 2 decades, both medical training and clinical practice have benefited from the advantages and resources offered by the internet. Following the recent repeal of net neutrality regulations by the Federal Communications Commission, public focus has been on the future of consumer use of the internet. However, some worry that medical training and patient care could also be affected adversely. Read More