It’s safe to say that every medical professional wants the best care and treatment for their patients. From the time a patient steps foot into a medical facility to the time he or she leaves, accuracy and timeliness are key factors in their treatment plans. But what if those two things weren’t available right away? … Continue reading "How Diagnostic Imaging Centers Can Benefit from Teleradiology"
Studies show that men are more likely to develop an illness than women. They also die an average of 5 years sooner than women. Despite this, women go to the doctor twice as much as men. June is Men’s Health Month, and as such, it’s important to highlight the struggles that men go through in … Continue reading "Encouraging Your Male Patients To Get Screened"
The healthcare industry continues to experience supply chain challenges brought to the surface during the recent global pandemic. There are still medical supplies, equipment, devices, and labor shortages. The shortages of supplies have had a domino effect on the stability of the healthcare system. The consequences of hospital supply problems have caused shortages in personnel, … Continue reading "Hospital Supply Chain Challenges"
Mammography is one of the necessary tests physicians use to detect the early stages of breast cancer and other breast diseases. Fortunately, mammogram technology has advanced rapidly within the last few years and has positively impacted women's health and wellness. Radiological mammography has been in use through most of the 1900s, but the FDA didn’t … Continue reading "Advancements in Mammography"
Over 125 years ago, Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen made a monumental discovery that changed medical practices forever. He was the first man to see the results of using radiological rays as a non-invasive way to investigate inside a human being’s body. With the help of Röntgen’s discovery of what is today commonly known as X-rays, medical … Continue reading "Are X-Rays Safe?"
In the United States, arthritis is the leading cause of disability. Older adults are living longer, but as a result, chronic conditions like arthritis are increasing. Arthritis symptoms vary from person to person. Testing and treatments performed by a medical professional will depend on the type of arthritis and the intensity of pain. Osteoarthritis usually … Continue reading "Promoting Arthritis Awareness"