Monthly Archives: October 2014

RAD-AID Textbook

RAD-AID is pleased to offer a book that encapsulates the ideas, experiences and strategies of our growing organization. The book is designed for students, public health specialists, technologists, residents, and faculty who have an interest understanding the implementation of radiology services in the developing world.

The book was edited by RAD-AID™s CEO, Dr. Mollura, and Vice President, Dr. Lungren, with contributions from multiple authors f

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Update on 2014 RAD-AID Conference

The Sixth Annual 2014 RAD-AID Conference was a great success! We thank the 160+registrants and speakers. The meeting was Saturday, October 25th at the Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland. For details about the meeting, photos, and conference agenda, please visit our RAD-AID Conference Page.  

Key issues highlights from the 2014 RAD-AID Conference covered projects in Kenya, Bhutan, Malawi, China, Nepal, economic planning for nonprofi

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How RAD-AID Works

How We Work

RAD-AID uses a straightforward method for analyzing, planning and implementing projects.  The first step is Radiology-Readiness, which is RAD-AID's trademarked data collection and analysis tool so that we can optimize every radiology project for the specific needs, infrastructure constraint, and health care system attributes of a region, community or facility.

Once we conduct the Radiology-Readiness Assessment, we plan the project

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