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The History of Mammography


The History of Mammography

Mammography is a type of breast imaging that uses low-dose x-rays to detect cancer at an earlier stage, when it’s the most treatable. Before the discovery of x-rays, most if not all cancers of the breast, could only be detected when they had become large enough to […]

Advanced Radiology Solutions Implements Stana™

TORONTO, Ontario—October 20, 2016—Advanced Radiology Solutions (ARS) has successfully implemented Stana at two of their mammography facilities, Advanced Shore Imaging (ASI) and CliniSanitas. Both sites passed near back to back MQSA audits with flying colors.

“The RamSoft team is excellent to work with. Their hard work and dedication resulted in two successful MQSA audits for Stana in […]

5 Ways to Improve Breast Cancer Tracking and Reporting


Centers that perform mammograms in the US know their job doesn’t just stop at delivering results to the referring physician. Mammography is regulated by the government and centers need to adhere to the rules for breast cancer tracking and reporting in the Mammography Quality and Standards Act (MQSA). This means a more […]

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Viewing Protocol Best Practices

Viewing protocols, also known as hanging protocols, are at the core of radiologists’ efficiency. The name of the game in radiology has always been to reduce the number of extra clicks to maximize radiologist reading efficiency. Over time, a number viewing protocol best practices have surfaced.

Here are a few viewing protocol best practices that you should consider to improve efficiency […]