Though female representation on radiology journal editorial boards remains relatively low, researchers wrote in Academic Radiology this month that progress is improving, with more women entering academic radiology early in their careers and JACR’s first female editor-in-chief set to take the journal’s reigns next January.
Kathryn J. Fowler, MD, and Elizabeth George, MD, have been appointed to the RSNA William R. Eyler Editorial Fellowship and RSNA William O. Olmsted Trainee Editorial Fellowship for 2018, respectively, the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) announced this week.
Radiology residents tend to see their clinical performance and test performance improve as they get more experience interpreting studies. If residents are asked to do too much, however, their performance will suffer.
Three members of President Donald Trump’s private beach club, Mar-a-Lago, are running the show at the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) despite not being government officials or veterans, according to a bombshell report by ProPublica.
Following a complaint about workplace conduct, Elliott Fisher, director of the Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice, has been placed on administrative leave and barred from college property.
Gary D. Luker, MD, a professor of radiology, microbiology and biomedical engineering at Michigan Medicine, will be the first editor of Radiology: Imaging Cancer, the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA)’s forthcoming online journal about clinical and translational cancer imaging studies, the RSNA announced today.
Hologic announced this week that the company’s chief accounting officer, Karleen Oberton, has been promoted to chief financial officer (CFO). She replaces Bob McMahon, who is leaving Hologic to work as the CFO for Agilent.
It’s natural to expect great things from an initiative attached to three corporate giants, but Jamie Dimon is calling for folks to temper their expectations for the initiative that includes his JPMorgan Chase, Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway and Jeff Bezos’ Amazon. The trio’s goal is to improve healthcare for their 1.1 million employees, but details surrounding the project have been scant.
Jeff Immelt, former CEO of General Electric, announced on LinkedIn that he will be advising Collective Health, a start-up that offers software-driven workforce health management systems. The move comes less than a year since he announced his retirement as president and director of GE’s board and less than six months after becoming chairman of Athenahealth.
Toledo, Ohio-based ProMedica announced its acquisition of Quality Care Properties and its principal tenants, HCR ManorCare and Arden Courts. The $4.4 billion transaction was possible thanks to a joint venture with Welltower, an in vestment first focused on healthcare-related real estate.
This year, the Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging Technologist Section (SNMMI-TS) honored numerous technologists with awards for contributions to the fields of nuclear medicine and molecular imaging.