EHRs and security threats for healthIT and rads taking a leadership role are in the news. Articles include: Mamba ransomware is attacking healthcare, crippling computers by encrypting entire hard drives; University of Texas breast radiologists are calling for the creation of a national imaging repository in

Headlines include weight-bearing imaging for knee injuries; and telemedicine saving lives. Articles include: weight-bearing X-rays for knee pain could replace MRI as first choice for 40+ patients with knee pain; machine learning might threaten radiology; Americans use their smart phones to send photos of medical issues; telemedicine

Study favors weight-bearing images for orthopaedic patellofemoral diagnosis and surgery. In clinical orthopedics advanced imaging like computed axial tomography (CT) scanning, has become invaluable to the evaluation and management of patients with musculoskeletal disease. Bone detail is much better visualized with 2D and 3D CT renderings

The challenges and pathways to creating a unified framework for capturing, distributing and accessing clinical information. What is interoperability in healthcare? Interoperability can be described as a well-functioning central nervous system, coordinating the enterprise’s many roles and tasks toward a common end: the well-being of each

Healthcare news includes videos that improve radiologists’ ultrasound skills; and concerns about Obamacare. Articles include: MR-guided ultrasound helped rouse a recovering coma patient to a more alert state of consciousness; incidental and secondary findings are on the rise; use of telemedicine requires “webside” training; 10-minute videos