Radiology is a medical discipline that helps in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases with the help of imaging technology. Radiology imaging has two core areas- diagnostic and interventional radiology imaging. With the help of diagnostic radiology, doctors can see structures inside the body in the form of images. These images help in diagnosing the cause of symptoms, screening of different illnesses, and response to treatment. Radiology technology plays an integral role in the detection of injury and disease.
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Team ICON welcomes you all to our forthcoming conference on “Global Experts Meet on Radiology, Radiation Therapy and Medical Imaging” which is scheduled on November 7-8, 2022 in Dubai, UAE. Radiology Congress 2022 brings a perfect networking platform for experts to share their latest research and advancements in radiology, radiation therapy, medical imaging and associated fields.
Join us in-person or virtually as we reconnect the global neuroradiology community via hands-on, specialized learning; thought-provoking and inspiring keynotes; social activities; and more. Join us in New York City on May 14 – 18, 2022 for the Symposium Neuroradiologicum XXII and the ASNR 2022 Annual Meeting. Hosted together, this international gathering of over 2000 neuroradiologists will present the latest research and educational topics in global neuroradiology.
ARM Exhibition provides a great opportunity to develop business partnerships and showcase to the Radiology community your latest technologies and innovations that are set to bring phenomenal change in the industry.
ARM comprises of a highly specialized Conference & Exhibition dedicated to Radiology Stakeholders. It brings together radiologists, radiographers, manufacturers, distributors and government organizations from GCC & beyond.
NHS Radiology: Collaborating for National Improvement Virtual ConferenceRadiology is a vital part of modern medicine and a significant enabler for improved patient diagnosis and continuing care. Medical imaging is critical in a variety of NHS medical settings and at all major levels of healthcare, in public health and preventive medicine as well as in both curative and palliative care.
International Conference on Radiology and Imaging Techniques aims to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and research scholars to exchange and share their experiences and research results on all aspects of Radiology and Imaging Techniques. It also provides a premier interdisciplinary platform for researchers, practitioners and educators to present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, and concerns as well as practical challenges encountered and solutions adopted in the fields of Radiology and Imaging Techniques.
Focusing on Emergency and Trauma Radiology, attendees will learn new and updated approaches for imaging management of patients. Lectures will discuss radiological updates, cost-efficient approaches to managing patients, and the determination of the necessity for imaging.
The conference is designed to suit all learners, with lectures divided into an advanced stream targeted at radiologists and radiology trainees, and a general stream featuring foundational content. Delegates are, however, welcome to watch any lecture from either stream.
Policy, payment, market, operational, and technological changes are buffeting radiologists as never before; we’ll be discussing the winds of change in our Healthcare Innovation Imaging Virtual Day on Sept. 30.
Editor’s Note: Healthcare Innovation is presenting our Imaging Virtual Day next Wednesday, September 30. Next Wednesday, we’ll host national leaders among radiologists, as well as business leaders in the imaging informatics space, for a discussion on how to strategize forward around imaging informatics in this constantly shifting landscape.
There really has never been a more unsettled and unpredictable time for radiologists and radiology than now, in U.S. healthcare. Even before the COVID-19 pandemic hit our healthcare systems, radiologists were already almost uniquely in the sights of federal healthcare policymakers, who have seen diagnostic imaging procedures as exceptionally expensive, and radiologists as exceptionally highly paid for what they do, even compared to other specialists. The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has been using a variety of levers, including Medicare fee schedules, to try to control diagnostic imaging expenditures in our healthcare system.
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