OpenRad InLine White
radiology trends april
cropped favicon medneo

Our 3 April Radiology Trends

Our 3 April picks of radiology trends cover GPT-4’s impact on reporting as well as radiologists addressing the climate change. Check out last month’s trending topics.


📖 Author: OpenRad team


Radiology trend: GPT-4 equals radiologists in identifying errors in reports

According to imaging technology news, research published in Radiology reveals that the large language model GPT-4 matched radiologists in detecting errors in radiology reports.

Errors in radiology reports can arise from discrepancies between residents and attending physicians, inaccuracies in speech recognition and high workload.

Large language models like GPT-4 have the potential to improve the report generation process.

➡️ Read more about it here.


OpenRad News Blog Banner


Radiologists recommend measures to address climate change

As seen in imaging technology news, a diverse writing group, led by researchers at the University of Toronto, has developed a strategy for radiology departments and practices to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and enhance resilience to climate change.

Their action plan is detailed in the article “Planetary Health and Radiology: Why We Should Care and What We Can Do,” published in Radiology, the journal of the Radiological Society of North America.

➡️ Get more insights here.


How 3D-printed biodegradable metals impact orthopedics

According to Omnia Health, the significance of 3D printing biodegradable metals for orthopedic implants lies in their potential to revolutionize surgical procedures.

Benefits include a lower risk of long-term complications, enhanced natural bone healing, improved patient comfort, and increased sustainability.

Biodegradable metals eliminate the need for implant removal surgeries and reduce the risks of infection and inflammation. Moreover, their biodegradability makes them an environmentally responsible choice.

➡️ Find details here.


Are there any radiology trends you would like to add? Share your thoughts and links via the comment section below.

Want to join a talented team? Check out our careers section. We are always looking for exceptional talent—from application specialist to software developers.

📷 Photo credits:

Share this post

Newsletter sign-up

Become part of the OpenRad family and join our teleradiology community now.

Note: You can always unsubscribe from our mailing list.

* required field