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Clinical Radiology and Radiology Research in a Sea of Change

Published:November 06, 2015DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.acra.2015.10.005
      The rapid evolution of technology and healthcare expectations makes it both difficult and vital to adapt to the mercurial healthcare environment. The success of radiology is predicated on our ability to adopt new technologies and ideas. For the past several years, the Radiology Research Alliance (RRA) of the Association of University Radiologists has examined new trends in society and health care, evaluated how these new trends impact the practice of radiology, and summarized these findings in our task force articles. The RRA continues this endeavor and this year is publishing six articles that examine ways radiology and radiologists may stay at the forefront of healthcare innovation. We are thankful for the thoughtful input of the reviewers and editors of these papers, and for the opportunity to share this information with the radiology community.
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