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  • Healthcare’s ‘valueless data’ problem

    Healthcare’s ‘valueless data’ problem

    Brian Robertson - https://www.dotmed.com | March 19, 2019


    ​Healthcare has a data problem. The technological maturity of electronic health records (EHRs), data warehouses, and other sophisticated systems of record have enabled health systems and payers to absorb unthinkably massive quantities of data. Read More
  • Study: 'Convenient' telehealth visits lack coordinated relaying of information

    Study: 'Convenient' telehealth visits lack coordinated relaying of information

    John R. Fischer - https://www.dotmed.com | March 20, 2019


    ​Telehealth may be convenient for patients, but communicating findings from these visits to other providers lacks coordination and could lead to further fragmentation within the healthcare industry. Read More
  •  VR, AR elevate radiologists' value in future of medicine

    VR, AR elevate radiologists' value in future of medicine

    Abraham Kim - www.auntminnie.com | March 04, 2019


    ​How can virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) help radiologists advance their specialty's value in healthcare? Researchers from the Netherlands, Sweden, and the U.K. drew from their experiences with the technologies to discuss the possibilities in a Thursday Coffee and Talk session at ECR 2019. Read More
  •  Augmented reality cultivates early radiology education

    Augmented reality cultivates early radiology education

    Abraham Kim - www.auntminnie.com | March 11, 2019


    ​An interactive educational course that uses augmented reality (AR) technology to display MRI and CT scans on the user's body improved medical students' image-based understanding of anatomy more than traditional teaching methods did, according to recent research published in Anatomical Sciences Education. Read More
  • 5 key takeaways from a patient survey about AI in radiology

    5 key takeaways from a patient survey about AI in radiology

    Michael Walter - https://www.radiologybusiness.com | March 15, 2019


    ​“At present, it is still unknown how patients view the developments of AI in radiology in terms of awareness of this topic, uncertainties, and expectations,” wrote author Marieke Haan, PhD, of the department of sociology at the University of Groningen in the Netherlands, and colleagues. “This knowledge is crucial to define preconditions for the development of AI systems for different clinical purposes and how they should be used in routine radiology practice. It may also provide insight into whether there is a need for patient education on this topic.” Read More