Ben Lauing, Imaging Performance Partnership
According to a talk earlier this month at the Virtual Symposium on Radiation Safety and Computed Tomography, CT education for technologists is surprisingly weak.
CT has become a significant component of imaging both independently and in conjunction with other modalities, and preliminary results from our 2013 Volumes Benchmarking Survey indicate that CT volumes are continuing to grow. Yet the limited CT curriculum for technologists and scarcity of training opportunities may hinder adequate education.
Are CT technologists getting the training they need?
Technologists may lack adequate training in CT
Stephanie Krent, Imaging Performance Partnership
A screening tool that adds no cost, time, or radiation exposure to the patient—sound too good to be true? According to University of Wisconsin researchers publishing in this month’s Annals of Internal Medicine, the answer may surprise you.
Save time and resources with CT osteoporosis screening
Natalie McGarry, Imaging Performance Partnership
How can radiology programs contribute to their organizations under reform?
One health system CEO claims imaging is well positioned to lead because of the specialty’s experience with data and its central role in many patients' diagnoses and treatment.
A hospital CEO weighs in: Radiology should lead reform