ECR 2015: Life after yellow wristbands; risks of outsourcing; industry report

VIENNA - The obligatory yellow wristbands might not have been a universal hit and created a buzz at our editorial meeting, as you can read here. But overall the friendly atmosphere, high-quality educational content, efficient organization, collaborative spirit, and sharing of experiences have contributed to a memorable and successful congress. That's what delegates will savor most when they reflect on ECR 2015.

Many of you have watched our video coverage from the meeting, and we have posted two more for you to enjoy today. Dr. Nicola Strickland from London and Dr. Jim Reekers from Amsterdam spell out why teleradiology and outsourcing pose a serious threat to radiology's future. Click here to access it.

How best to communicate results to patients is becoming a growing challenge for imaging professionals, and our second video is about the urgent need for the human touch and more patient contact in radiology. Click here to learn more.

In other news, a CT pulmonary angiography tool can now accurately predict pulmonary hypertension in patients without pulmonary embolism. Get the story here.

What's been going on in the packed exhibition halls at the Austria Center? Don't miss the latest industry story from Editorial Director Brian Casey, who has been trawling the Austria Center for information. Click here for the details.

For our full list of articles from the congress, visit our RADCast at radcast.auntminnieeurope.com. Make sure you keep checking back for the next few days for further stories written by our onsite team of editors.

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