Current Issue


July 2019


A Game of Catch-Up
The radiology industry still leaves much of its data and analytics in the hands of humans. We’ll explore how, through the collaboration of AI and human decision making, analytical processes can be streamlined to operate more effectively for both patients and clinicians.

Rad Changes
A concern in the digital era for radiological technologists is poor ergonomics in the workplace. We’ll consider ways in which technologists can become more ergonomically aware on the job, as well as how hospitals can improve the function of their workspace to minimize injury.

Apt Description
Radiologists must face the issue of how and when to provide reports to both patients and providers. This decision, though, falls to each practice to determine what is best for their patient demographic. We take a look at some variables to consider. 

Urgent Need
Due to a rise in demand for urgent care centers, these clinics must adapt to more efficiently and accurately treat patients. Ultrasound is fulfilling this need in many ways; we’ll help you get a read on where radiology fits into this evolving business model.


Editor’s Note
Some Catching Up to Do

MRI Monitor
Quick Take

Imaging Informatics
There’s an App for That

Machine Learning
Fresh Perspective

Oncology News
Just What the Doctor Ordered

Products and Services

News Scan

On the Case

AHRA Product Showcase


Second Opinions