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From Imaging Gatekeeper to Service Provider — A Transatlantic Journey — NEJM

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Perspective from The New England Journal of Medicine — From Imaging Gatekeeper to Service Provider — A Transatlantic Journey (Radiologists have to move to the center of the clinical decision making and pick up their role as gatekeepers
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Will 2014 be the year of telehealth? - The Guardian

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Will 2014 be the year of telehealth?

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Introduction to diffusion MRI

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IDMAG_ISSUE1_2013 (RT @ImagingMag: An introduction to diffusion-weighted Magnetic Resonance imaging in Oncology http://t.co/KqIn5xPqFc #imaging)
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nice introduction and overview of current status of DWI

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Patients without borders: I. Glenn Cohen on the rise of medical tourism

Patients without borders: I. Glenn Cohen on the rise of medical tourism | Radiology views | Scoop.it

As Americans travel to other countries for medical care, I. Glenn Cohen looks at the implications at home and abroad.

A desperately ill Minnesota man flies to Bangladesh to buy a kidney from a willing seller, rather than waiting for a donor and surgery at his local hospital. A parent in New York takes her severely autistic child to China for an unproven, even dangerous, experimental stem cell treatment that's not offered in the United States.


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Monica Rix Paxson's curator insight, July 23, 2013 3:02 AM

This is an indepth article on the pros and cons of medical tourism.

 

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Radiologists should be gatekeepers, not service providers

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If medical imaging is as ubiquitous as water, can U.S. radiologists still expect to command the price of diamonds? No, according to Dr.
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How will a changing global landscape affect health care providers? | JSNMA

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Monica Rix Paxson's curator insight, June 27, 2013 3:35 PM

Globalization has its pros and cons, but at least it allows people to benefit from medical services from other countries.

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Betere diagnostiek door internationale standaardisatie van prostaat-MRI. - Medical facts

Betere diagnostiek door internationale standaardisatie van prostaat-MRI. - Medical facts | Radiology views | Scoop.it
Betere diagnostiek door internationale standaardisatie van prostaat-MRI.Medical factsVoor de ontwikkeling en verspreiding van deze standaarden zijn de European Society of Urogenital Radiology (ESUR), het American College of Radiology (ACR) en de...

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4 Shocking Facts about US Healthcare - YouTube

Sources for all facts/statistics listed below. Subscribe to OurTime.org: http://www.youtube.com/WatchOurTime Watch MORE of my videos: http://j.mp/JoshSundqui...

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Le Tour de France: Imaging cycling's elite

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For the first time, cyclists at this year's Tour de France benefited from a mobile medical and imaging unit that allowed doctors to diagnose and treat participants quickly.
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Encouraging patients to speak up

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While we all have patients who are garrulous and discuss things that are completely out of context, the vast majority of patients just do not find it easy to ask all the questions that would help t...
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EuroPACS changes name to seek new identity and focus

EuroPACS changes name to seek new identity and focus | Radiology views | Scoop.it
At the recent Computer Assisted Radiology and Surgery congress in Heidelberg, Germany, the EuroPACS General Assembly approved a historic bylaws change, amending the name of the association and adopting a new mission statement.
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Research Sparks Debate on Teleradiology Benefits

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Research showing teleradiology services are highly reliable for emergency department off-hours CT is renewing debate about the benefits vs. the disadvantages of teleradiology.  
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Residents reading journals on iPad, not radiology exams

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Although the iPad has made a splash in radiology education, the impact of the leading tablet on daily clinical duties has been limited, according to a study published online June 26 in the Journal of the American College of Radiology .

 

Justin W. Kung, MD, of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston, and colleagues found that most residents at their institution used an iPad daily when provided with one, but not for reading radiology exams.

 

“This study showed that the majority of residents at the authors' institution have incorporated the iPad as an educational tool and use it as a learning aid,” wrote the authors. “Incorporation of the iPad into clinical workflow has been less pronounced.”

 

All 38 radiology residents at Beth Israel Deaconess were provided iPad 2 tablets and subscriptions to e-Anatomy, a digital anatomy atlas, and STATdx, an online reference and decision support tool, according to the authors. Residents were surveyed after six months to get their opinions on the use of the iPad in radiology.

 


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Medical Tourism in 2013, Facts and Statistics |...

Medical Tourism in 2013, Facts and Statistics |... | Radiology views | Scoop.it
Julie Munro's insight: Old data but nevertheless still interesting.
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