AHRA CEO Daniel Kelsey, MBA, CAE | Image courtesy of TriMed Media
Rock and roll, inflatable instruments and choreographed dance breaks may not seem like they have much to do with radiology, but they were all present Monday, July 22, at the AHRA 2019 Annual Meeting in Denver, Colorado.
A deep learning classification approach can identify cancerous regions from benign areas in optical coherence tomography (OCT) images of breast tissue, according to results of a July 17 study published in Academic Radiology.
Of the 27 million hospital emergency department visits annually by privately insured individuals, 18 million are avoidable, according to new figures from UnitedHealth Group. Systemwide, treating people in primary care settings instead of the ED represents a huge savings opportunity of $32 billion.
The University of Chicago has agreed to pay $2.6 million to settle a malpractice lawsuit claiming the actions of its cardiology staff in July 2014 led to the untimely death of a 61-year-old heart patient.
For people with diabetes, turning 26 is a cliff that can turn deadly. That’s because, at that age, young adults are kicked off their parents’ insurance plans and must find their own coverage and continue taking life-saving medication they simply cannot afford.