Innovative imaging in the era of precision radiology

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Advancements in #machinelearning, highly focused protocols, and value-focused engineering indicate improvements in effectively caring for patients in a new world of population-based care.

CHICAGO, Dec.. 15, Radiologists must be keen to explore, invent, and transform in a continuous effort to reinvent radiology. Indeed, it is now time for radiology to be proactive in advancing new technology to enhance the value of medicine: "Knowing that the disruption of our practice is inevitable, surely we must set out to establish our guidelines, instead of having our guidelines imposed upon us. This we can do through invention and reinvention”, @RSNA2017 President Dr. Richard Ehman said in his opening address.

 

#Radiologist have been working to improve radiology reports in recent years so that they can provide more value and bring significant improvements to patient care.

Some important themes have been discussed, such as promoting #health longevity, advancing #biomedical imaging with some important speakers like Dr. Roderic Pettigrew, PhD, former first director of NIBIB, told attendees in a special opening lecture titled "Tomorrow's Radiology”.

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