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RSNA is launching a new Global Learning Centers (GLC) program focused on improving radiology education and patient care in low- or middle-income countries across the world.

Patients would like to maintain some control over what they share and who they share it with, however, according to results of a new study published in JAMA Network Open.

RSNA has announced the launch of a new program designed to improve radiology education and patient care in low- and middle-income countries throughout the world.

Despite a high threat of cyber attacks, few healthcare workers are actually trained on how to protect themselves and their organizations, according to a report from FireEye.

 

 

A study of more than 181,000 patients at the Mayo Clinic has proven the efficacy of an AI algorithm in spotting AFib on seemingly normal EKGs, the Daily Mail reports.

Amid a standoff between 85,000 California-based workers at Kaiser Permanente and the health system over contract negotiations, the California legislature has ramped up the pressure against the nonprofit healthcare services organization.

Terason, a portable ultrasound manufacturer based in Massachusetts, is partnering with DiA Imaging Analysis, which is headquartered in Israel, to bring AI to healthcare providers using Terason machines for heart imaging.

The American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM) has published an open letter explaining its recent decision to recommend against patient gonadal and fetal shielding during x-ray examinations.

Managing new-onset HF is a delicate task for cardiologists, and one that demands an appropriate balance between aggressive treatment and optimal quality of life for the patient. But that balance may be harder to strike than previously thought, researchers reported in Circulation this month.

Few healthcare AI models introduced in the medical literature during the present AI research boom can be used in actual patient care.

Women present with “typical” heart attack symptoms more often than men, according to research published August 20 in the Journal of the American Heart Association.

A co-founder of Google’s AI business DeepMind has been placed on leave following controversy over some of his projects, Bloomberg reported.