Report: ER doctors get subpoenas for ordering wrong scans

Doctors in the emergency room (ER) at Rhode Island Hospital have been served...Read more on AuntMinnie.comRelated Reading: Most malpractice suits resolved in radiologists' favor Is your practice at risk of a malpractice claim? AHRA: 4 ways to avoid lawsuits in radiology Malpractice claim rate against U.S. physicians drops Taking care of logistics can reduce errors in emergency radiologyComments: 2/1/2019 4:28:43 AMagentmichaelscarn yeah. ok.  this is not going to solve any problem.  im sure most of the errors were made by some low level stiff clicking the wrong box.  2/1/2019 5:02:43 AMIR27 Mammogram out of the ED? I mean I have very low expectations of the ED but that is impressive
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Not all benign findings on screening mammography are equal. A Spanish team...Read more on AuntMinnie.comRelated Reading: CT scans can predict CVD risk in breast cancer patients Language can be barrier to breast screening Breast screening helps precision medicine succeed Notification laws may not lead to more breast screening Language matters when screening women with dense breasts
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Clinicians used CT scans of coronary artery calcium to predict which patients...Read more on AuntMinnie.comRelated Reading: Radiation tied to breast cancer delays for Black women Women with DCIS have 3x the risk of breast cancer death Single radiotherapy dose effective for breast cancer Radiologists, AI make a great team in screening mammo AI software can cut screening mammography workload
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GE...Read more on AuntMinnie.comRelated Reading: Pocket-sized ultrasound delivers big results for COVID-19 GE to invest $50M in Wis. facility GE gets FDA nod to package Clariscan in polymer bottle GE, Candelis team up in mammography image management GE brings Critical Care Suite to Canada
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Summary: Breast reconstruction remains an important field in plastic surgery, with most procedures using implants and/or autologous tissue. Few series report on experience with fat grafting as the primary form of breast reconstruction. The present article describes a new method of breast reconstruction using a three-dimensional absorbable mesh construct—or Lotus scaffold—and autologous fat grafting. A retrospective review was performed for all patients who underwent breast reconstruction using the Lotus scaffold and autologous fat grafting. Postoperative mammograms and magnetic resonance imaging scans were an...
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By LUKE OAKDEN-RAYNER In the last post I wrote about the recent decision by CMS to reimburse a Viz.AI stroke detection model through Medicare/Medicaid. I briefly explained how this funding model will work, but it is so darn complicated that it deserves a much deeper look. To get more info, I went to the primary source. Dr Chris Mansi, the co-founder and CEO of Viz.ai, was kind enough to talk to me about the CMS decision. He was also remarkably open and transparent about the process and the implications as they see them, which has helped me clear up a whole bunch of stuff in my mind. High fives all aroun...
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Evaluation of reconstruction algorithms for a stationary digital breast tomosynthesis system using a carbon nanotube X-ray source array. J Xray Sci Technol. 2020 Sep 10;: Authors: Hu Z, Chen Z, Zhou C, Hong X, Chen J, Zhang Q, Jiang C, Ge Y, Yang Y, Liu X, Zheng H, Li Z, Liang D Abstract Breast cancer is the most frequently diagnosed cancer in women worldwide. Digital breast tomosynthesis (DBT), which is based on limited-angle tomography, was developed to solve tissue overlapping problems associated with traditional breast mammography. However, due to the problems associated with tube movement dur...
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GE Healthcare and image software and archiving firm Candelis have teamed up...Read more on AuntMinnie.comRelated Reading: GE brings Critical Care Suite to Canada GE unveils cardiac ultrasound package at ESC GE launches 7T MRI scanner at ISMRM 2020 Candelis signs on VasoTechnology as distributor Candelis joins forces with Planmed Candelis launches new breast imaging workstation
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By LUKE OAKDEN-RAYNER In surprising news this week, CMS (the Centres for Medicare &Medicaid Services) in the USA approved the first reimbursement for AI augmented medical care. Viz.ai have a deep learning model which identifies signs of stroke on brain CT and automatically contacts the neurointerventionalist, bypassing the first read normally performed by a general radiologist. From their press material: Viz.ai demonstrated to CMS a significant reduction in time to treatment and improved clinical outcomes in patients suffering a stroke. Viz LVO has been granted a New Technology Add on Payment of up to&nbs...
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