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Rad Perspectives: Reflecting on 2019 Healthcare AI Predictions

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In 2019, I co-wrote an article with our CEO Elad Walach for AuntMinnie titled “How AI will become an integral part of standard care.” The Pandemic Before I review what we wrote in 2019, I cannot avoid addressing the tsunami we could not foresee that January–the COVID 19 pandemic. In our 2019 article, we hoped they would.

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15 Year Trend in Inferior Vena Cava Filter Utilization Before and After FDA Communications: Data from the National Inpatient Sample 2005-2019

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The National Inpatient Sample was queried between 2005-2019. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the contemporary trends in IVC filter utilization in the inpatient setting following the FDA safety communications and to compare those trends in relation to incidence of hospital admissions involving venous thromboembolism.

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Abstract No. 13 An Update on National Trends of Cholecystostomy Tube Placement and Cholecystectomy from 2019 to 2021

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This study is to provide an update on cholecystostomy tube placement and cholecystectomy utilization rates and their payments among Medicare beneficiaries from 2019 to 2021 following TG18. The most recent iteration of the Tokyo Guidelines was published in 2018 (TG18).

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How Massachusetts General increased outpatient MRI time slot capacity by 50%

Radiology Business

Amid increasing volumes, the Boston institution in 2019 started designing a new standalone facility utilizing new designs and processes to serve more patients.

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Radiology and imaging staff wages continue to rise in ‘perpetually tight labor market’

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Between 2019 and 2023, such professionals saw their median total compensation climb 17.89% as practices upped their offers to best the competition, the MGMA reported.

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Medical Imaging of Fredericksburg Ranked First Place in “Best of the Burg” 2019 Contest

Medical Imaging of Fredericksburg

Medical Imaging of Fredericksburg Ranked First Place in “Best of the Burg” 2019 Contest Medical Imaging of Fredericksburg (MIF) took first place in the 2019 “Best of the Burg” contest, earning the award for “Best Medical Imaging”.

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ACR shares ‘concern’ after CMS yanks coverage for certain exams, retroactive to 2019

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The college believes the move will sow confusion and is asking the agency to rescind its noncoverage determination.

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