Overcoming the complexities of CXR without a dose penalty. Chest X-rays (CXR) are one of the most difficult radiographs to interpret. The dense chest structure includes complex overlying and underlying patient anatomy, and the ever-present motions of the lungs and heart. Ideally, radiologists would like to

[caption id="attachment_5476" align="alignleft" width="107"] Sean Ruck, editor-in-chief, DOTmed Healthcare Business News[/caption] Hospitals have a duty to treat patients, but in order to do so, they have to get them in the door. Even though we’ve entered an era of consolidation, there’s still enough competition out there

[caption id="attachment_4632" align="alignleft" width="150"] Rich Pulvino, Digital Media Specialist, Carestream[/caption] There has always been so much information to digest at RSNA that it becomes difficult to pick out some of the key learnings and trends we experience every year. With the "Power of Partnership" theme for 2013, we

[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.