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  • Five key takeaways about AI from RSNA

    Five key takeaways about AI from RSNA

    John W. Mitchell - www.dotmed.com | November 28, 2018


    ​In a lively session that featured candid insights from Dr. Paul Chang, vice chair of radiology informatics at the University of Chicago, and two other panelists, an audience of radiologists, data scientists, informatics experts, and vendors learned several fundamental AI truths. Read More
  • Dan Adelman says health care has a data opportunity

    Dan Adelman says health care has a data opportunity

    http://review.chicagobooth.edu | November 09, 2018


    ​I started off not knowing a lot about health care. I told physicians, “Bring me problems that have a lot of data behind them.” Health care is a huge consumer of analytics. Hospitals run on data. But I would say health care is probably 15 years behind other industries in terms of how it collects and uses data. Read More
  • 3 strategies to combat radiology’s high-deductible health plan problem

    3 strategies to combat radiology’s high-deductible health plan problem

    Matt O'Connor - www.healthimaging.com | November 09, 2018


    ​As a growing percentage of employers begin to favor high-deductible health plans (HDHP), patients are likely to start price-shopping for imaging tests. This may pose a threat to radiology practices, particularly those based in hospitals, wrote authors of a new Journal of the American College of Radiology study. Read More
  • How is technology reprogramming the future of education?

    How is technology reprogramming the future of education?

    Study International Staff - www.studyinternational.com | November 07, 2018


    There was once a time where technology was feared. Mobile devices were met with scrutiny and internet connections were linked to global doubt and security threats. Jumping forward to today and technology is everywhere. Yes, there are still security threats but there’s also a myriad of advantages surrounding its existence. Read More
  • Higher Education Leaders and Students Explore AI-Enabled Video Platform

    Higher Education Leaders and Students Explore AI-Enabled Video Platform

    Eli Zimmerman - https://edtechmagazine.com/ | November 06, 2018


    ​Colleges have found that students would rather learn from educational video content than from a traditional textbook. This has video in high demand across education, and the preference will only grow in coming years. Read More