Radiology’s Evolving Role in Precision Medicine


To maximize its role in the process, radiology needs to move further toward creating an objective, standardized method to insert information into reporting systems, to broaden the specialty’s focus to include therapeutic implications, and to learn to harness big data with imaging radiomics, according to presenters of the RSNA/American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM) Symposium held at RSNA 2016.

“In general, medicine is becoming more of a science and less of an art,” said presenter Daniel C. Sullivan, MD, who founded and chaired the RSNA Quantitative Imaging Biomarkers Alliance (QIBA) and currently serves as the QIBA external relations liaison. He is a former RSNA science advisor.

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