Weekly Readings: The Pre-HIMSS edition

It’s finally the week before HIMSS–everyone seems to be busy getting ready for the show, including us at Novarad. We’re incredibly excited to showcase our MARZ Patient-Centric Universal Viewer, because of the implications it and things like it have for the connected healthcare system. A universal viewer means that your hospital can have unlimited access to all kinds of data, anywhere, anytime. Find out the difference it could make for your healthcare facility at HIMSS, where we are offering free demos of this product. Book an appointment here.

This week we’ve noticed a focus still on patients and radiation, especially with the Joint Commission deadlines coming up in California and Texas. Breast cancer is also still a hot topic.

1. Human error a stumbling block in CT dose reporting requirements – Health Imaging

2. If Radiologists Don’t Talk About Imaging, The Internet Will – Diagnostic Imaging

3. Study Finds Wild Price Variations for Head CT Scans – Aunt Minnie

4. Patients Confident About Privacy, but Have Data-Sharing Concerns – iHealthBeat

5. Text Message Reminders Boost Breast Cancer Screening Attendance – ITN

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