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  • Prehydration not needed before contrast CT of kidneys

    Prehydration not needed before contrast CT of kidneys

    Abraham Kim - www.auntminnie.com | February 18, 2020


    ​Prehydrating patients who have chronic kidney disease before they undergo a contrast-enhanced CT exam has been the standard of care for years. But new research suggests that the practice results in unnecessary costs with few patient benefits. The findings were published online on February 17 in JAMA Internal Medicine. Read More
  • What radiologists need to know about the deadly coronavirus outbreak

    What radiologists need to know about the deadly coronavirus outbreak

    Marty Stempniak - www.radiologybusiness.com/ | January 27, 2020


    With the deadly 2019 coronavirus now making its way to U.S. shores, radiologists and other clinicians will need to remain vigilant for this new indication, health officials said this week. Read More
  • Simulation, virtual reality are future of radiology education

    Simulation, virtual reality are future of radiology education

    EH News Bureau - www.expresshealthcare.in | January 21, 2020


    ​Advancing technology continues to move the needle in radiology classroom, says an RSNA report As healthcare continues to evolve at a rapid pace, radiology must keep up — or stay ahead of the curve — in many areas, including education. But is the speciality doing enough to prepare medical students for the future of radiology? Read More
  • ‘Gamification’ of imaging education reduces errors, boosts radiologists’ confidence

    ‘Gamification’ of imaging education reduces errors, boosts radiologists’ confidence

    Matt O'Connor - www.healthimaging.com | January 17, 2020


    An electronic learning platform that incorporates game elements can help residents become better future radiologists, according to a Jan. 16 study published in the American Journal of Roentgenology. Read More
  • How Health Care Policy Will Change in 2020

    How Health Care Policy Will Change in 2020

    Matthew Swendsen - www.thinkadvisor.com | December 31, 2019


    ​The turn of the new year signals a time of preparation and reorientation for many brokers. With the craziness of open enrollment now behind us, it’s our instinct to gaze ahead to the unique challenges that the new year will bring. Read More