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A Tsunami of Cancer: Fallout from Pandemic-Delayed Screening and Treatment

A Tsunami of Cancer: Fallout from Pandemic-Delayed Screening and Treatment

by Beth Kyle

When the World Health Organization (WHO) declared COVID-19 a pandemic in March of 2020, the world quickly became more concerned about protecting their health. However, despite these concerns, visits to doctor’s offices and emergency rooms in the U.S. saw an immediate decline as patients cancelled or postponed annual visits and preventive screenings due to fear of exposure […]

Collaboration Yields New Medical Imaging Anonymization Educational Content

Collaboration Yields New Medical Imaging Anonymization Educational Content

by Web Admin

Herman Oosterwijk Laurel Bridge Software announces a successful collaboration with well-known medical imaging educator and consultant Herman Oosterwijk resulting in the production of new educational materials on medical imaging anonymization. These publications are aimed at healthcare providers and Artificial Intelligence (AI) algorithm developers, covering the challenges inherent in anonymizing medical imaging exams for AI/machine learning, […]

Sealing the Leaky Revenue Bucket in Small Bowel Enterography

Sealing the Leaky Revenue Bucket in Small Bowel Enterography

by Jonathan McCullough

No-show patients and cancellations cost the health care system $150 billion a year, according to a study from SCI Solutions. Nationwide, no-show patients and cancellation rates are as high as 30%, and when each 60-minute time slot with a physician costs on average $200, you can see how this adds up.  Radiology is one hospital department […]

Incomplete Scans and Lost Revenue in MRI

Incomplete Scans and Lost Revenue in MRI

by Melissa Vibberts

MRI’s are an important diagnostic tool. They can differentiate between fat, water, muscle, and other soft tissue to help detect abnormalities of the brain, heart, breast, liver, and joints to name a few. So, when patients are prescribed an MRI exam from their doctor, it is for a good reason. Yet there are times when a patient […]

Five ways in which the Nio Fusion 12MP makes your (remote) reading office satisfying and versatile

Five ways in which the Nio Fusion 12MP makes your (remote) reading office satisfying and versatile

by Luke Molnar

For radiologists looking for quality, versatility and simplicity, we have expanded our Nio series with a brand-new diagnostic display, designed specially to make your reading environment more flexible. Please find below five ways it does exactly that! 1. All-in-one display You can use the Nio Fusion 12MP display as your go-to workstation for any type […]

Meet Judy Mickens, Lead Mammography Technologist, Empower Award Recipient

Meet Judy Mickens, Lead Mammography Technologist, Empower Award Recipient

by Melissa Vibberts

Each year Beekley Medical awards one person the EMPOWER Award for Mammography. It is a hard process every time we review the submitted nomination as all individual submissions are abundantly compelling with each person’s own special story, accomplishments, and apparent reasons why their colleagues felt the need to nominate them.   This process was made […]

Meet Beekley's 2020 Global Marketers of the Year

Meet Beekley's 2020 Global Marketers of the Year

by Luke Molnar

2020 brought a unique set of challenges and opportunities to business worldwide. Restrictions set in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic meant that business simply could not be conducted as usual and new strategies needed to be implemented in order to connect with customers differently.  A new award for a year like no other  In recognition of […]

Treating the Mind and Soul in Cancer Care

Treating the Mind and Soul in Cancer Care

by Megan Sargalski

Cancer treatments vary by patient based on the type of cancer they have as well as how advanced it is. Medical treatments aimed to kill cancer cells or remove the cancer include chemotherapy, radiation therapy, and/or surgery. But cancer affects more than just the body. A diagnosis of cancer and its ensuing treatments can cause […]

Challenges of Imaging Obese Patients

Challenges of Imaging Obese Patients

by Jonathan McCullough

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, from 1999 to 2018, the prevalence of obesity (defined as a BMI of 30-39) in the United Sates increased from 30.5% to 42.4%. In that same time period, the prevalence of severe obesity (BMI 40 and above) increased from 4.7% to 9.2%. This trend has required […]

Pain Management of Cancer Patients

Pain Management of Cancer Patients

by Laura Smith

According to the article “Pain Management for Patients With Advanced Cancer in the Opioid Epidemic Era,” pain is one of the most frequent and feared symptoms in patients with cancer. Pain is prevalent in 30% to 50% of patients who receive cancer-directed therapies and in more than 70% of patients who have advanced stages of illness. […]