Attending RSNA 2015? Stop By and Say Hello!
Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Be sure to visit us at RSNA 2015, where we’ll have our expert staff on hand to answer questions, provide in-person demonstrations and discuss new opportunities. 

American Cancer Society Issues New Guidelines for Breast Cancer Screening
Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Big news hit in October during Breast Cancer Awareness month as the American Cancer Society (ACS) released 2015 recommendations for breast cancer screenings for women who are considered average-risk. The new recommendations are evidence-based and balance the benefits and harms of both mammograms and clinical exams. 

Recording Available: Patient Safety in Medical Imaging Webinar, Registration Open for Additional Webinars
Thursday, November 12, 2015

In an eye-opening one hour webinar session presented by RadSite, William W. Orrison, Jr., MD, MBA, speaks to the topic of Patient Safety in Medical Imaging. A nationally known expert in radiation safety and RadSite’s chief medical officer, Dr. Orrison is the chief of neuroradiology and medical director at Nevada Imaging Centers and the author of more than 150 medical publications. In addition, Dr. Orrison also serves as RadSite’s Chief Medical Officer and Chair of the Standards Committee. In this webinar, Dr. Orrison shares anecdotal stories that underscore the importance of awareness, proper information and safety in radiation. He also demonstrates a compelling need for consistent quality standards for diagnostic imaging through an accreditation program such as RadSite.

RadSite Accreditation Available for PET Imaging Centers and Dementia Specialists to Participate in PET IDEAS Study
Tuesday, November 10, 2015

If you have an accredited PET facility and want to participate in the $100 million PET IDEAS study, now is the time to register. Registration opened October 28, 2015. To be eligible, you must be accredited by one of three accepted organizations, which includes RadSite.

Groundbreaking Software Enables Models of Pediatric Hearts from 3D MRIs
Wednesday, November 4, 2015

A team of researchers from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Boston Children’s Hospital have developed one of the first-of-its-kind software methods for converting 3D MRI scans into tangible, handheld models to plan heart surgeries. Two major conclusions of this project are that: 1) Routine use of 3D heart models for surgical planning is possible, and 2) active learning approaches in which the user annotates uncertain regions of interest (ROI) can further reduce segmentation time.