FAQ: AAA vs Acuros

FAQ: AAA vs Acuros

November 19, 2019 FAQ: AAA vs Acuros You have two algorithms at your fingertips in Eclipse: Analytical Anisotropic Algorithm (AAA) and Acuros XB (Varian Medical Systems). Which do you choose? More clinics and institutions have added Acuros XB to their arsenal over the...
History of Innovations in Medical Physics

History of Innovations in Medical Physics

November 12, 2019 History of Innovations in Medical Physics In honor of last week’s International Day of Medical Physics, we’re highlighting discoveries in physics that have paved the way for innovation in the field of medicine. This pioneering work has resulted...
Introducing: The Focal Spot

Introducing: The Focal Spot

November 7, 2019 Introducing: The Focal Spot A proper celebration of the International Day of Medical Physics (IDMP) and the people that enrich the field shouldn’t be limited to a single day. With that being said, we’re excited to announce the launch of our medical...
What is a Medical Physicist?

What is a Medical Physicist?

November 5, 2019 What is a Medical Physicist? At Radformation, we have a pretty good idea of what it means to be a medical physicist. After all, we are physicists, and every day we dedicate ourselves to the goal of advancing patient care and improving outcomes,...
Are you ready for the ABR’s OLA?

Are you ready for the ABR’s OLA?

October 21, 2019 Are you ready for the ABR’s OLA? Starting in January 2020, the American Board of Radiology will be launching the Online Longitudinal Assessment (OLA) for boarded medical physicists that participate in Maintenance of Certification (MOC). This...