[caption id="attachment_4864" align="alignleft" width="100"] Cheryl Proval, Vice President, Publishing, imagingBiz, and Editor of Radiology Business Journal.[/caption] When viewed over time, the themes that have marked the annual meeting of the Radiological Society of North America might be seen as signposts indicating the way forward for radiology.

[caption id="attachment_3540" align="alignleft" width="100"] Jerry ZeidenbergPublisher & EditorCanadian Healthcare Technology &Technology for Doctors Online[/caption]Radiologists are, without a doubt, some of the smartest people we’ll ever meet. But they’re not infallible, and IT systems are now being implemented to add further intelligence to the medical system.

[caption id="attachment_4703" align="alignleft" width="117"] Heidi McIntosh, Marketing Manager, X-ray Solutions, Carestream[/caption] I recently spoke with Radiology Today about computed radiography (CR) and how it is still being used widely throughout the world. Many people figured once digital radiography (DR) systems were intact they would replace and

[caption id="attachment_4699" align="alignleft" width="99"] Dr. Marc Zins, Department of Radiology, Hôpital Saint-Joseph. He is also a member of Carestream’s Advisory Group, a collective of medical professionals that advises the company on healthcare IT trends.[/caption] The radiologists who conduct CT and interventional radiology with fluoroscopic guidance examinations are

[caption id="attachment_4632" align="alignleft" width="150"] Rich Pulvino, Digital Media Specialist, Carestream[/caption] IRIS (Image Right, Image Safe) is a commitment that started at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center (D-H) to ensure that not only was dose being reduced, but that patients were receiving only necessary medical imaging exams. Karen Burgess,