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  • How radiologists can avoid appropriate use penalties

    How radiologists can avoid appropriate use penalties

    Sandy Coffta - www.auntminnie.com | June 10, 2019


    Just as you were done revising your practice systems and processes to support meaningful use and the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA)/Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS), a new Medicare mandate came along. Read More
  • Deep learning helps detect intracranial aneurysms

    Deep learning helps detect intracranial aneurysms

    Erik L. Ridley - www.auntminnie | June 10, 2019


    ​A deep-learning algorithm called HeadXNet can improve the performance of clinicians of varied specialties and levels of experience for detecting intracranial aneurysms on head CT angiography (CTA) exams, according to research published online June 7 in JAMA Network Open. Read More
  • Physician burnout costs the US health care system approximately $4.6 billion a year

    Physician burnout costs the US health care system approximately $4.6 billion a year

    www.dotmed.com | May 29, 2019


    ​Physician burnout costs the U.S. health care system approximately $4.6 billion a year Investing in strategies to reduce physician burnout may have significant economic benefits Read More
  • The top 4 priorities for AI research in medical imaging

    The top 4 priorities for AI research in medical imaging

    Erik L. Ridley - www.auntminnie | May 29, 2019


    ​Bringing radiology artificial intelligence (AI) technology to routine clinical practice will require four major priorities: structured use cases, data sharing methods, validation and monitoring tools, and new standards and data elements, according to a report published online May 28 in the Journal of the American College of Radiology. Read More
  • Radiologists rally in support of medical 3D printing

    Radiologists rally in support of medical 3D printing

    Abraham Kim - www.auntminnie.com | May 29, 2019


    ​Clinicians, including radiologists, who attended a 3D printing course unanimously agreed that the technology has the potential to benefit the management of cardiovascular disease; nearly all expressed an interest in learning more, according to an article published May 20 in the International Journal of Artificial Organs. Read More