The 2022 AUR Academic Radiology and Industry Leaders Roundtable

Published:November 21, 2022DOI:
      The Association of University Radiologists (AUR) convened its sixth annual Academic-Industry Roundtable in a hybrid fashion in March 2022, with academic radiology and radiology industry leaders gathered in person and via remote videoconference. The open discussion centered around on challenges facing radiology and specifically focused on the people in our field, including patients, radiologists, and radiology staff. Participants identified numerous opportunities for industry and radiology departments to collaborate to improve equitable access to healthcare, communication with patients, use of appropriate imaging, and the state of the radiology workforce.

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