PACS have been integral in helping radiologists store and manage exam results for countless patients.
Overhauling the American health care system has taken a methodical approach to reorganization, changing payments models and updating clinical products.
Radiology, despite its contributions to the health care industry, has experienced a decline in utilization in the last five years.
Following outcry from stakeholders concerned with patient safety, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services has updated the standards pertaining to the maintenance of digital imaging equipment for hospitals.
Eliminating instances of repeated scans is one of the main goals for radiologists who want to improve their clinical services.
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Thanks to medical imaging, debilitating diseases such as arthritis can be detected early and allow physicians to develop action plans sooner rather than later.
Mammography has been under the medical imaging microscope in recent months as digital breast tomosynthesis emerges as a groundbreaking innovation in diagnostics.
A large amount of health care reform has aimed at making patients more responsible for their own care-related decisions, such as choosing treatment pathways and keeping up to date on any complications after care has been administered.
The health care landscape has endured massive overhauls in the last two decades, from the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act to meaningful use and the Affordable Care Act.