Our Year in Review special report demonstrates just how vibrant radiology remains.
Tucson, AZ (PRWEB) December 20, 2012
Radiology news and education portal AuntMinnie.com today published its inaugural Year in Review special report, offering a look back at the 10 biggest developments in medical imaging in 2012.
Year in Review offers radiology professionals an analysis of the news stories that shaped medical imaging this year. The topics span the gamut, from economic developments such as pressure on Medicare reimbursement to technical issues like the use of the third-generation iPad for mobile interpretation of medical images.
"Radiology has come under pressure in the last several years due to economic concerns, but our Year in Review special report demonstrates just how vibrant the specialty remains," said Brian Casey, editor in chief of AuntMinnie.com. "New technologies came to the fore in 2012 that promise to improve patient care, such as CT radiation dose reduction tools, breast density measurement applications, and PET radiopharmaceuticals for predicting which individuals may develop Alzheimer's disease."
Year in Review can be accessed on the AuntMinnie.com website at http://www.auntminnie.com.
AuntMinnie.com is the premier online radiology news, information, transaction, and education site for all individuals affiliated with the medical imaging market. Rich in timely, original content and customer-centered products and services, AuntMinnie.com is designed to enhance the professional lives of its members through interaction, participation, exchange, and commerce. AuntMinnie.com is owned by IMV, Ltd. Additional information on AuntMinnie.com is available at http://www.auntminnie.com.