Canon Medical Systems USA

  • How artificial intelligence and virtual reality are changing higher ed instruction

    How artificial intelligence and virtual reality are changing higher ed instruction

    Natalie Schwartz - www.educationdive.com | November 02, 2018


    ​Technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) and virtual reality (VR) are rapidly expanding opportunities for teaching and learning, and they are giving college administrators new and different ways to track student outcomes. Read More
  • Peer learning continues to improve radiologists’ educational opportunities, engagement

    Peer learning continues to improve radiologists’ educational opportunities, engagement

    Subrata Thakar - www.radiologybusiness.com | September 14, 2018


    ​Transitioning from a score-based peer review program to one based on peer learning boosted engagement and satisfaction in radiologists at Kaiser Permanente in Denver, according to research published in the American Journal of Roentgenology. “Although RADPEER score-based peer review has been used as the prototype program, it focuses on calculating provider error rates rather than fostering continuous quality improvement,” wrote first author Richard E. Sharpe, Jr., MD, MBA, of Kaiser Permanente, and colleagues. “Furthermore, no evidence exists that score-based peer review programs, such as RADPEER, result in meaningful practice management.” Read More
  • Why perception makes or breaks radiology education programs, clinical practices

    Why perception makes or breaks radiology education programs, clinical practices

    Melissa Rohman - www.healthimaging.com | September 04, 2018


    Acute perception—the ability to comprehend thoroughly with the mind and see something for what it is—is a necessary skill for radiologists. But in a Sept. 3 editorial in Academic Radiology, Richard Gunderman, MD, PHD, and Parth Patel, from the Indiana University School of Medicine, discussed how radiologists may find more joy in their work and improve their clinical performance if they develop a deeper understanding of perception. Read More
  • The New Radiology Assistant: Artificial Intelligence

    The New Radiology Assistant: Artificial Intelligence

    https://www.cio.com | September 07, 2018


    The healthcare industry is in the midst of a perfect storm. As our population grows and ages, healthcare costs are rising at unsustainable rates. Against that backdrop, we have too few physicians, a problem that is expected to become more acute over the coming decade. A study conducted for the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) predicts that the U.S. will face a shortage of 42,600 to 121,300 physicians by 2030. This shortage is expected to be particularly large in specialty-care fields. Read More
  • AHRA and Canon Medical Systems Add Two Additional Grants to Putting Patients First Program as It Celebrates 11 Years of Improving Patient Care

    AHRA and Canon Medical Systems Add Two Additional Grants to Putting Patients First Program as It Celebrates 11 Years of Improving Patient Care

    Rachel Miller - Canon Medical Systems USA | July 24, 2018


    ​Building on a decade of commitment in helping health care facilities pursue greater patient care and safety, AHRA: The Association for Medical Imaging Management and Canon Medical Systems USA, Inc. announce the 11th annual Putting Patients First program, with two new categories. Putting Patients First grants enable health care facilities to fund programs, training or seminars aimed at improving patient care and safety and customizing treatment in CT, MR, ultrasound, X-ray and vascular imaging. The grants are funded by an unrestricted educational grant from Canon Medical Systems, USA. Read More