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Today is International Day of Radiology

Every year on November 8th, the International Day of Radiology provides an opportunity to reflect on the profound impact of radiology on global healthcare. As we commemorate this special day, it is crucial to acknowledge the critical role that radiologists play in our healthcare systems.

To shed light on the significance of this day, we turn to key statistics that emphasize the evolving landscape of radiology and its importance in improving patient care. These numbers underscore the increasing need for integration of technology, the pressing issues surrounding osteoporosis and fracture risk screening, and the ongoing need to prioritize the battle against this pervasive disease.

Join us as we delve into these figures and explore the evolving world of radiology on this International Day of Radiology.

As we contemplate these significant numbers, it’s clear that radiology is instrumental in tackling the challenges posed by osteoporosis and fracture risk screening, as well as leveraging advanced technologies like AI for patient care.

To further empower radiologists and provide a platform for discussion and learning, we invite you to register for two 30-minute workshops at RSNA 2023 in Chicago (IL, USA) that will provide you with valuable insights, hands-on experience, and the opportunity to learn from fellow professionals.

Learn more about Trabecular Bone Score (TBS) and the do’s and don’ts of TBS Medicare reimbursement with the workshop ‘Trabecular Bone Score: Successful Medicare Reimbursement‘ with Dr. Lauren Nicola, CEO at Triad Radiology Associates, and Prof. Didier Hans, Ph. D., Head of Research and Development, Interdisciplinary Centre for Bone Diseases at Lausanne University Hospital.

Discover the potential of TBS iNsight™ (Osteo) V4*** and find out about how incidental X-ray findings empower radiologists to detect more patients at risk for fracture with the workshop ‘Next Level Bone Health: Leveraging AI in X-ray Incidental Findings and Introducing TBS Version 4‘ with Dr. Gregory Nicola, Executive Leader at Hackensack Radiology Group, and Christine Lenk, Ph. D., Product Lead at Medimaps Group.

Get a glimpse of what you can expect from these two workshops and register HERE

1IMV Survey September 2023
2IMV Survey August 2022
3Not yet approved for sale by FDA

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