Morris Panner discusses how cloud solutions have been increasingly used by radiologists for medical imaging, and the different cloud models available to them.
University of British Columbia researchers are compiling CT scans and chest x-rays from around the world to create a global data set aimed at helping physicians determine the best treatment courses for people with COVID-19.Read More
Los Angeles Times columnist Steve Lopez profiles physicians on the front lines in Los Angeles and Las Vegas who are finding their own approaches to defeating COVID-19.Read More
When radiologists have business and leadership training, that learning helps them participate more fully in governance and leadership opportunities, Geraldine McGinty, MD, FACR, chair of the board of chancellors at the American College of Radiology, tells AXIS Imaging News.Read More
His goal may seem simple and straight-forward now, but Eliot Siegel, MD, FSIIM, hoped back in the early 1990s to make radiology images available anytime, anywhere to everyone who was authorized to see them. It wasn’t so simple, at all.Read More