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Has modern radiology lost its way?

In the recent AIMed breakfast briefing: Experience the future of AI (artificial intelligence) in Radiology – Chicago, Dr. Paul J. Chang, Professor and Vice-Chairman of Radiology Informatics at the University of Chicago School of Medicine highlighted some of the fallacies in modern radiology.  He said while digital based radiology is certainly more efficient, it gradually…

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A new form of medical deliveries

On 19 April, University of Maryland’s School of Medicine (UMSOM), Medical Center (UMMC) and A. James Clark School of Engineering, had succeeded for the first time, to use an unmanned aircraft system (UAS) in the delivery of a donor’s kidney to surgeons for transplantation.  The specially designed drone employed in the attempt had completed a…

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How to make remote consultation work?

University of Warwick Medical School has recently published a finding saying that patients are using online consultations in similar ways as they would arrange for consultation via traditional mean. The retrospective study, featured on the British Journal of General Practice, aimed to look at the patterns-of-use and patients’ experiences of using an online triage system.  Data…