ASTRO and ACR Victory in Delaying CMS RO Model

ASTRO and ACR Victory in Delaying CMS RO Model

The Centers of Medicare and Medicare Services has heard the pleas in the letter written and signed by the American Society for Radiation Oncology and The American College of Radiology regarding their bundled payment model. The model was set to start on Jan. 1; however, they asked for it to be delayed by six months…

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Study Shows Fast MRIs Effectively Detect Traumatic Brain Injury in Children

Study Shows Fast MRIs Effectively Detect TBI in Children

Annually, throughout the US, Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) in children results in more than 1.5 million emergency room visits, with up to 70 percent of these children being exposed to ionized radiation while undergoing computed tomography (CT) scans. This exposure to ionized radiation during CT scans prompted a group of researchers from the University of…

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Women Don’t Want AI to Read Their Mammograms

Women Don't Want AI to Read Their Mammograms.

A new study shows that women don’t want Artificial Intelligent (AI) to read their mammograms. Despite the breakthroughs with AI, this study has found that 75% of women will prefer a radiologist to be involved in screening their studies. In a study published Oct. 12 in the Journal of the American College of Radiology, a team…

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How Artificial Intelligence Can Help the Global Pandemic

How Artificial Intelligent Can Help the Global Pandemic

New Study shows how Artificial Intelligence (AI) can help with the global pandemic. Recently, an (AI) algorithm was able to distinguish between cases of COVID-19, influence, pneumonia, and healthy subjects on CT exams. Chinese researchers published an article online on October 9th yielding a very high accuracy rate. Not only did it have a very…

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