Expert Insights

An Everything Rad Interview with RAD-AID Volunteers Jamie and Steve Surratt. RAD-AID, founded in 2008, is an international, volunteer-driven, non-profit organization dedicated to increasing radiological availability, expertise and infrastructure around the globe –in many underserved countries that need this support the most. In today’s post, we interview

Clinical studies identify when to use 3D computed tomography for foot and ankle injuries. By Anish R Kadakia, MD, Northwestern Memorial Hospital Although computed tomography for medical imaging has been available for some time, weight-bearing 3D CT is a relatively new modality. For the past year,

Adopting new breast imaging technologies for earlier cancer detection. By Dr. Stamatia Destounis, MD FACR, Elizabeth Wende Breast Clinic. Editor’s note: for Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Everything Rad asked EWBC physician, Dr. Stamatia V. Destounis, MD, FACR, to share her insights on the current and future role

Study identifies ideas, views and perceptions of technology; and opportunities to increase its adoption. By Sil Aarts, Assistant Professor, Department of Health Services Research, the Netherlands. New forms of technology are introduced constantly in medical imaging, often leading to enhanced diagnostic and therapeutic options. However, new

Leverage your team and the SMART methodology. By Shelly Troutman, Executive Vice President of Operations at Outpatient Imaging Affiliates. Most radiology administrators share universal goals of providing quality imaging services, and helping to improve overall patient care. Unfortunately, often we make little to no progress on