MedCity News March 3, 2022
Emma Bardin

Several AI solutions for various indications in radiology – from x-rays to CT scans to ultrasounds – aim to address not only the radiologist provider shortage, but also improve the current standard of care, whether shortening times or increasing accuracy.

The American College of Healthcare Executives recently released its survey of the biggest challenges hospitals face with a new concern taking the top spot: labor shortages. Since 2004, the no. 1 concern had been financial challenges. However, labor shortages now snagged the number one spot. And the healthcare labor shortage impacts multiple specialties. Radiology is no exception, especially in pediatric radiology.

Some hospitals have turned to AI to address the provider shortage, and in the field of radiology, there are...

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