The first six months of 2014 have proven to be quite eventful for all of us in the world of medical imaging and healthcare IT. As we look forward to the second half of the year, we wanted to take a look back at the five most popular posts of the first half of 2014.
This post gives a preview of the five big trends that we thought would affect the medical imaging world in 2014.
There are many components of medical imaging that can intimidate or scare children. Learn about how hospitals employ child life specialists to support children and their families before, during, and after their radiology appointment.
This post highlights the American College of Radiology’s (ACR) response to a study which claimed that mammograms offered no advantage in detecting breast cancers that were too small to feel. The ACR found many serious design flaws in the study, and found no reason to dismiss the importance of mammograms.
Ron Muscosky, Worldwide Product Line Manager, HCIS provides answers to some of the common questions health care organizations are asking about Digital Breast Tomosynthesys.
This whitepaper takes an in depth look at Carestream’s bone suppression software, which helps radiologists interpret chest images by removing the ribs and clavicle from x-rays.