There are less than six months to go until the U.K. officially “leaves” the European Union (EU). But are we any clearer on what this will mean for medical imaging?
Published: September 19, 2018
18th September 2018 – Featured on Aunt Minnie.com – September 19, 2018 — There are less than six months to go until the U.K. officially “leaves” the European Union (EU). But are we any clearer on what this will mean for medical imaging? Having taken a deep breath and dug into some of the technical guidance papers issued recently by the U.K. government, I can confirm that unfortunately there’s not a great deal of positive news to report.
Perhaps most shocking has been the lack of progress or detail on two of the biggest issues facing the imaging community: resources and radioisotope supply. The latest releases from the U.K. government do little to address or appease radiologists and nuclear medicine specialists on either topic.
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