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  • Radiology in Public Focus

    Press releases were sent to the medical news media for the following articles appearing in recent issues of Radiology.

    January 1, 2016

    Recently featured in RSNA News' Digital First:

    Media Coverage of RSNA

    In September, 442 RSNA-related news stories were tracked in the media. These stories reached an estimated 626 million people.

    Coverage included U.S. News & World Report, Reuters, Toronto Star, Yahoo! Finance, Philly.com, Bloomberg News, CNNMoney.com, HealthDay, Health.com, CNBC.com, ScienceDaily, Medical News Today, Radiology Today, DOTmed Business News, Auntminnie.com and Health Imaging & IT.

    Read coverage of RSNA in these media:

    RadiologyInfo.orgRadiologyInfo.org Content Review Program

    RadiologyInfo.org, produced by the RSNA and ACR, is dedicated to being the trusted source of information for the public about radiology and the unique and vital role radiologists play in healthcare. The website, which consists of more than 200 procedure descriptions, diseases/conditions, screening/wellness and safety topics, receives more than 900,000 monthly visitors.

    Each year, beginning in January, content on RadiologyInfo.org is reviewed by physicians to ensure the public has access to the most up-to-date and accurate radiologic information. These physicians are then recognized on the RadiologyInfo.org Medical Advisors page.

    Are you interested in contributing your expertise to patient-friendly content as a RadiologyInfo.org reviewer? Send your curriculum vitae to Joshauna Strong at jstrong@rsna.org, noting your area of expertise and interest.

    January Public Information Outreach Activities Focus ON CT and MRI

    In January, RSNA’s 60-Second Checkup audio program, distributed to nearly 100 radio stations across the country, will focus on the use of CT and MRI for better treatment of patients with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD).