Feature | April 02, 2019 | Dave Fornell, Editor and A.J. Connell

Most Popular Radiology and Radiotherapy Technology Content in March 2019

Four of the top pieces of content in March included news on proton therapy, including a 360 image and videos from ITN's recent visit to the Northwestern Medicine Proton Center in the Chicago suburbs. This image shows the main proton treatment room gantry at the proton center in Warrenville, Ill. Interview with Mark Pankuch, Ph.D.

Four of the top pieces of content in March included news on proton therapy, including a 360 image and videos from ITN's recent visit to the Northwestern Medicine Proton Center in the Chicago suburbs. This image shows the main proton treatment room gantry at the proton center in Warrenville, Ill.
 

April 2, 2019 — Here is the list of the most popular content on the Imaging Technology News (ITN) magazine website from the month of March 2019. This is based on the website’s 200,349 pageviews for the month:

1. VIDEO: The Role of the Physicist in Proton Therapy — Interview with Mark Pankuch, Ph.D.

2. Carestream Health To Sell its Healthcare IT Business To Philips

3. How AI Can Unlock Data in CT and MRI Scans

4. FDA Grants Breakthrough Designation to Paige.AI

5. 360 View of the Inclined Beam Room at the Northwestern Medicine Chicago Proton Center

6. Six Key Health Information Technology Trends at HIMSS 2019

7. VIDEO: Managing a Multi-site Radiology Practice With AI-based Workflow — Interview with Andrew Deutsch, M.D.

8. Siemens Joins GE with Launch of Cardiac CT Scanner

9. What to Expect from the Proton Therapy Market in 2019-2020

10. Surgery Versus Radiation Therapy in Non-small Cell Lung Cancer

11. FDA Proposes New Rules for Mammography Reporting and Quality Improvement

12. New Consensus Document Explores Ethical Use of AI in Radiology

13. Canon Medical Systems introduces 33 MHz Ultra-High Frequency Ultrasound Transducer

14. Siemens Healthineers Announces First U.S. Install of Magnetom Sola 1.5T MRI

15. Siemens Healthineers Announces First U.S. Install of Biograph Vision PET/CT

16. Canon Medical Introduces Deep Learning-Based CT Image Reconstruction

17. Three Resolutions Worth Keeping for a More Data-driven Radiology Practice

18. Augmented Reality is Taking Over Radiology Training

19. Non-Contrast MRI Effective in Monitoring MS Patients

20. VIDEO: Economics of Proton Therapy — Interview with Bill Hartsell, M.D.

 

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