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Submission to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) Annual Call for Measures and Activities for the Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) are due by Tuesday, Feb. 28. More info is available in RSNA News.

The CMS Annual Call for Measures and Activities of the MIPS track of the Quality Payment Program (QPP) allows clinicians, organizations and other...

A new digital breast tomosynthesis technique has the potential to reduce the rate at which women are called back for additional examinations without sacrificing cancer detection, according to a new study published online in the journal Radiology.

Screening with combined digital breast tomosynthesis (DBT) and synthesized two-dimensional (s2D) mammography in a large community-based practice...

Do you know an outstanding resident or fellow doing great work in radiology research? Nominate her or him for RSNA's Roentgen Resident/Fellow Research Award! Nominations are due April 1, 2017. #RandEFoundation #RadRes #RSNARFC

Each participating North American residency program will receive an award plaque with space to display brass nameplates for each year’s recipient....

In women at average risk for breast cancer, MRI screening improves early diagnosis of prognostically relevant breast cancer, new Radiology research shows. Learn more in RSNA News.

A new digital breast tomosynthesis technique has the potential to reduce the rate at which women are called back for additional examinations...

Using data from the world’s largest CT dose index registry, researchers have established U.S. national dose levels for the 10 most common adult CT examinations based on patient size. Learn more in RSNA News.

Results of the two-year study published online in Radiology established patient-size based diagnostic reference levels (DRLs) and achievable doses...

It's #AmericanHeartMonth! Learn about imaging of heart disease in women and earn CME with RSNA's online education portal—free to members.

This module will discuss the burden of coronary artery disease in women, describe imaging considerations for cardiac imaging in women and discuss...

In response to rapid growth in the field of interventional oncology (IO), the World Conference of Interventional Oncology (WCIO) recently established the Society of Interventional Oncology (SIO). Learn more in RSNA News.

Interest in IO has grown exponentially since the inception of the WCIO meeting more than 10 years ago, according to WCIO chair Jeff H. Geschwind,...

Bariatric embolization could represent a nonsurgical approach for the treatment of severely obese patients, according to new preliminary research published online in the journal Radiology.

In the study, Weiss et al. presented preliminary findings from the Bariatric Embolization of Arteries for the Treatment of Obesity (BEAT Obesity)...

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Are you a trainee looking for more ways to get involved in organized radiology? RSNA's Resident and Fellow Committee's chair, Dr. Courtney Tomblinson, shares ways you can grow as a doctor and leader. #RadRes #RSNARFC

If there’s anything that 2016 taught me, it was to step out of my comfort zone, to learn from my peers, and to take the time to stay connected in...

A new report warns of a worsening shortage of key medical isotopes used in nuclear imaging scans following the shutdown of an aging Canadian nuclear reactor in late 2016. Learn more about what this could mean for doctors in RSNA News.

Issued in January 2017 by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, the report warns of a shortage of Molybdenum-99 (Mo-99)...

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Learn more about the late Sir Peter Mansfield's life, MRI innovations and contributions to radiology in RSNA News.

MRI pioneer and Nobel laureate Sir Peter Mansfield, PhD, died Feb. 8 at the age of 83. Dr. Mansfield was awarded the Nobel Prize in physiology or...

RSNA's 2016 Image Contest drew 477 submissions from around the world—and nearly 125,000 online votes. Learn more about the photography, fine art, diagnostic images and unusual medical cases entrants shared in RSNA News.

“We can use art to capture the value of radiology and demonstrate how we contribute to patient care." - Dr. Kari Visscher

February is #AmericanHeartMonth! Learn to read images with cardiac radiology experts in this online refresher course, free to RSNA members.

Learn to identify common cardiac pathologies encountered in noninvasive imaging, recommend imaging protocols designed to best depict cardiac...
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