Radiology practices get creative when it comes to innovating with limited resources.
Imaging is no stranger to innovation. Coming up with new ideas, methods, or devices that offer greater value has been at the very core of imaging’s history. From the accidental discovery of X-rays in the late 1800s that led to the implementation of medical X-rays to today’s latest advanced imaging procedures that offer alternatives to surgery; innovating to create safer, more effective, or new services for patients is an industry standard.
Yet, such innovations can be costly and time prohibitive.