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Opinion: New FDA-cleared X-ray AI delivers when timing is critical

Minutes matter when dealing with a collapsed lung. Tom McGuinness discusses how AI can help

Ground Control to Major Growth in Hospital Command Centers

The number of hospitals running NASA-style Command Centers has increased from three to nine in one year — hospital executives say this is just the beginning When the world rallied around [...]

Opinion: On the Cusp of Cardiology Revolution

Why I believe the next few years will change the game

Sleep, Baby, Sleep: Newborns and Parents Benefit from Safe Sleep Practices

Hospital maternity ward integrates education and this bassinet to help new parents learn about safe sleep right after birth

Can building partnerships break boundaries in healthcare?

5 questions with: Experts from Roche, UCSF, European Society of Radiology (ESR), and Intel

Medical professionals don’t have to fear digitalization

AI in the healthcare sector: A Leap Towards Personalized Medicine and Significant Relief for Doctors

Every breath you take: Managing ventilation in the ICU with data

This ICU clinician is discovering how analytics can improve protocols and patient care in critical care settings.

Bringing MRI to Siberia’s neighbor: The latest technology for the most remote region

Its first-ever MRI technology is helping the Norton Sound Health Corporation (NSHC) care for patients in Nome, Alaska

How These Fathers Inspired Their Daughters to Become Radiologists

Encouraged by their dads’ passion for radiology and breast imaging, these two women decided to follow in their footsteps

Why Age as a Risk Factor Can Be an Advantage for These Patients

When it comes to early detection, this breast cancer risk factor offers an advantage for these patients

Opinion: How imaging could improve tumor boards

Rather than empowering clinicians, data systems are taking valuable time that can be spent with patients. A single, holistic dashboard will enable oncology teams to better align on optimal diagnosis and [...]

The fastest drivers in the world and the doctors who treat them

The speed – and the crashes that come with it - can take a serious toll on these driver’s bodies
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