Posts by James A. Brink, MD
Editorial: Radiology 2040
James A. Brink, MD, and a colleague urge radiologists to prepare for "seismic" changes in health care by adding value beyond image interpretation, with special attention to how artificial intelligence will affect practice and the need to offer precision imaging, image-guided intervention, and radiotheranostics.
Estimating Radiology Volume During the First Wave of COVID-19—and the Next
Three models developed by the Massachusetts General Hospital Department of Radiology have helped leaders plan for immediate and long-term financial stability over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Changes to Procedures for Identifying DVT in COVID-19 Patients Reduces Sonographer Exposure
When deep vein thrombosis is suspected in COVID-19 patients, Massachusetts General Hospital procedures for ordering and performing ultrasound have decreased the number of scans and reduced the sonographer's exposure time.
Adapting Radiology Operations to the COVID-19 Pandemic
In a significant change to its usual practice, the Mass General Department of Radiology has implemented work-from-home policies, enabling remote coverage through various technological solutions.
Mass General Lab Steps Up to Produce Needed Hand Sanitizer
In response to a shortage in hand sanitizer supply, a team of pharmacists and chemists from Massachusetts General Hospital have converted their lab into an ethanol-based hand sanitizer production facility.
Radiology Leaders on Artificial Intelligence: Get in Front
Radiology Leaders Present Opportunities and Challenges as They Encourage Taking the Lead on Artificial Intelligence’s Adaption
Radiologist-in-Chief, Massachusetts General Hospital