Will AI be automaggedon for radiologists- automate them out of a job? No, but there will be changes. Automation requires a reassessment. No longer the unique keepers of knowledge, physicians will need to find others ways to add value.
As healthcare moves from volume to value Radiology’s largest meeting, RSNA, featured software (artificial intelligence) over hardware. The role of those reading the images also continues to evolve. Hopefully radiologists will figure out how to be close to the center of the value chain.
Merger and acquisitions are becoming common place in healthcare. Dr. Jay Bronner, Chief Medical Officer and President of RadPartners, discusses the future of medical imaging- some of the advantages and some of the concerns related to large mega-groups in radiology.
[podcast] A brief summary of the Nvidia conference in Silicon Valley. Artificial intelligence offers to replace many of the mindless tasks we all do. The question is, who will be replaced in this transition.
[podcast] The transition from film to film less (digital) 20 years ago is repeating today with the introduction of artificial intelligence to radiology. Fear is driving many physicians to reject what will be a business decision to improve care at reduced costs.
[podcast] Over the last century, factory workers have been displaced by automation and technology. Now computers threaten doctors and radiologists specifically. Eliot Siegel discusses whether computers are friend or foe for the future of physicians.