Melinda Taschetta-Millane, Editorial Director
Melinda Taschetta-Millane, Editorial Director
Blog | Melinda Taschetta-Millane, Editorial Director | Radiology Business| May 03, 2018

A New Look to Kick Off Spring

ITN debuts redesign in May issue

You may have noticed a few changes when this issue of ITN arrived in your mail! This issue debuts our new look, which was designed to help make its content easier to read, more streamlined and more visually appealing. Please share your thoughts with us!

 

Artificial Intelligence and Radiology

Bundled with this issue is a special supplement on artificial intelligence (AI), sponsored by Philips Healthcare. This supplement, written by industry consultant Greg Freiherr, will take a close look at three key components of AI:

•    How To Make Artificial Intelligence Work For Radiology — The future of AI in healthcare depends on people being an integral part of the process.

•    What AI Will Look Like In Medical Imaging — AI will likely reshape the  practice of radiology one task at a time.

•    How To Keep AI From Failing ... Again — Expectations must be kept in line and produce tangible and measurable results in order for physicians to make
    better decisions faster.

 

Industry Accolades

Imaging Technology News was honored with five Azbee Awards for editorial excellence at the 2018 Upper Midwest Regional banquet in Chicago, hosted by the American Society of Business Publication Editors (ASBPE). The Azbee Awards of Excellence recognize the best editorial, online content and design in business-to-business (B2B) media. More than 1,000 entries across 78 categories were submitted for the 2018 awards.

 

ITN was recognized in the following categories:

•    Gold, Regular Column, Contributed: The Last Read by Greg Freiherr

•    Gold, Video — Technology Report: Enterprise Imaging

•    Silver, Enterprise News Story — “Oncology Information Systems Need to Integrate” by Jeff Zagoudis

•    Bronze, Trade Show/Conference Coverage — RSNA 2017

•    Bronze, Single Topic Coverage by a Team — “Comprehensive Coverage of Breast Imaging,” October 2017 issue

 

ITN is also a national Azbee finalist in the Regular Column, Contributed and Video categories. The national Azbee award winners will be announced later this month during the 2018 ASBPE national conference in Washington, D.C.

 

Augmented Content

Have you downloaded Blippar yet? It’s an innovative way for you to view expanded content in several of our features in each issue. This issue, our augmented print campaign continues on page 27 with the video Big Concerns Remain for MRI Gadolinium Contrast Safety at RSNA 2017; on page 36 with the webinar Advances in CT to Enhance Radiation Therapy Planning; on page 43 with the video Sex Differences in Diagnosing Heart Disease in Women; and three videos on page 46: How Contrast-Enhanced Mammography Will Impact Breast Imaging; The Impact of Breast Density Technology and Legislation; and Personalized Breast Screening and Breast Density. You can use Blippar in 3 easy steps — download the app, hover over this page with the viewfinder and view the enhanced content.

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