EHI Imaging Informatics editor Kim Thomas selects some of the highlights of the RSNA annual meeting that took place in Chicago last week, from 3D printing to concerns about regulation.
Radiology IT needs to learn from Amazon
Healthcare IT is five years behind the technology used in other sectors and needs to learn from the best commercial operators available, the Radiological Society of North America heard.
Peer review to improve care
Radiologist peer review should be used to improve care rather than measure performance or identify underperforming radiologists, the Radiological Society of North America 2013 conference heard on Monday.
US patients share images
A project giving patients online access to their radiology images shows that a patient-centred image sharing arrangement can work, delegates to the Radiological Society of North America conference in Chicago heard on Monday.
Philips launches products at RSNA
Philips has released two new imaging products at the Radiology Society North America 2013 conference in Chicago.
Structured reporting could save lives
Structured reporting in radiology could save lives, a meeting at the Radiological Society of North America annual conference heard on Monday.
What’s on show at RSNA?
RSNA is an opportunity for vendors to showcase new products, and EHI Imaging Informatics has taken a peek at what will be on show in Chicago next week.
Time to dose down
Radiation exposure monitoring will be one of the hot topics at this year’s RSNA conference in Chicago. EHI Imaging Informatics editor Kim Thomas looks at why this issue has become so important.
White paper to support teleradiology
A white paper on teleradiology is due to be issued by the European Society of Radiology in December this year, the chair of the European taskforce developing it has told EHI Imaging Informatics.
Siemens shows off latest in 3D imaging
Siemens launched the latest version of its 3D imaging software, known as syngo.via, at the Radiology Society of North America annual congress last week.