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January 2018

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A Swarm of Insight
AI continues to assert itself in the radiology world. The latest? A research team has shown that when doctors work together in real time and combine their expertise with AI, they can diagnose the presence of pneumonia with even more accuracy than either alone. We'll find out what this means going forward.

A Link to a Better Marketplace?
Blockchain has the potential to link digital imaging players more efficiently and securely than ever, but there are a number of variables to consider. In this article, industry experts weigh in on scalability, long-term considerations, and getting in synch with this fast-evolving marketplace.

The 411 on CTC
CT colonography is getting its fair share of attention lately as lawmakers push for Medicaid coverage and physicians reconsider screening intervals. Radiology Today takes a look at the latest developments that are shaping the discussions.

5 Things to Watch in 2019: Observations From RSNA 2018
RSNA 2018 provided a fountain of insights about up-and-coming developments in the radiology world. Check out our list of the top five things we'll be keeping an eye on as the year unfolds.

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Editor's Note
A Page Turner

Ultrasound News
Sound Idea

Billing and Coding
Another New Year of Codes

News Scan

Product Showcase

MRI Monitor
Toning Down the Contrast

On the Case

Letter to the Editor

Datebook

Second Opinions