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Recent blog posts include:
Radiation risks from medical imaging: busting the myths
The perceived risk of radiation from medical imaging remains a major source of concern in the minds of many radiologists, referring physicians, and patients alike, with many instances of patients avoiding indicated studies to avoid radiation. Get the facts on epidemiologic evidence and bench research in this blog by Dr. Akshay Baheti and Dr. Bhavin Jankharia.
Best practices for radiology administrators
What are the best practices used by effective radiology administrators? Three of the AuntMinnie Semifinalists for Most Effective Radiology Administrator/Manager shared their strategies with Everything Rad.
Medical imaging trends in 2020
The overall healthcare industry is striving to make healthcare more effective. In medical imaging, this translates to improving diagnosis while keeping dose as low as possible; and increasing efficiencies to minimize costs. In this first part of our 2-part series on Medical Imaging Trends in 2020, we explore four significant technology innovations that will help improve diagnosis while keeping dose as low as possible.
Radiographers – think you’re not in forensic imaging? Think again.
Although you might not carry the actual title of “forensic radiologist,” there is a possibility that at some point in your career as a radiologic technologist, you will have a role in a criminal investigation if you suspect a patient has been abused. Read the blog by Dr. Michaela Davis to educate yourself for the possibility of being a witness in a criminal investigation.
X-ray room equipment: evaluation and planning
What do you need to consider when selecting X-ray room equipment? In this interview, Rafael Hernandez, Medical Imaging Senior Manager at North Colorado Medical Center, shares the evaluation process behind their purchase of updated imaging systems in both the X-ray rooms in their ER.
When to use 2D radiography versus 3D CT for orthopaedic surgical planning and post-op evaluation
For the past year, Northwestern Memorial Hospital evaluated when and whether to use 3D CT rather than 2D weight-bearing radiography for preoperative planning and post-op evaluation. View their clinical studies and read the recommendations for when to use 3D CT for orthopaedic surgical planning and post-op evaluation rather than 2D radiographs.