Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Email | RSS | MoreI’m a neuroradiologist—that’s the doctor who reads the MRI of your brain or spine. Lately I’ve been having crushing back pain, the kind of pain that drops you to your knees. The kind where you wonder whether you’re going to be okay. But I’m […]
[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] Healthcare is something of a negative good. Why can’t patients have their records on their phone or computer? Dr. Khan Siddiqui discusses his time at Microsoft HealthVault and some of the difficulties getting people to engage in their own health
[podcast] All to often a patient’s CT or MRI is not available on a follow up appointment. Given imaging has been digital for a 1/4 century, this seems absurd. Dr. Siegel, the first physician to have a fully filmless department in the world, reviews the history of imaging and some of the barriers to imaging access.