Society of Breast Imaging

Society of Breast Imaging The core purpose of the Society of Breast Imaging is to save lives and minimize the impact of breast cancer.
The objectives of SBI are to: 1. Improve and disseminate knowledge in the field of breast imaging 2. Improve the quality of medical education in the field of breast imaging 3. Foster reserach in all aspects of breast imaging 4. Provide a medium for the exchange of ideas among professionals involved with breast imaging 5. Provide meetings for presentation and discussion of papers and the dissemination of knowledge in the area of breast imaging, and 6. Establish a channel for publication of scientific reports in the field of breast imaging
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Saturday Rewind: For a recap of headlines you may have missed, check out "In the News" where we've compiled the latest i...
05/18/2019

Saturday Rewind: For a recap of headlines you may have missed, check out "In the News" where we've compiled the latest in breast imaging. http://bit.ly/2tqPRUC

National Women's Health Week is a great time to reinforce the facts. Mammography screening saves the most lives. This is...
05/17/2019
Patient Resources: End The Confusion

National Women's Health Week is a great time to reinforce the facts. Mammography screening saves the most lives. This is also a great time to remind us of the ongoing need to end the confusion around screening through advocacy and education. http://bit.ly/2CEDtnE

05/17/2019
Patient Resources: End The Confusion

National Women's Health Week is a great time to reinforce the facts. Mammography screening saves the most lives. This is also a great time to remind us of the ongoing need to end the confusion around screening through advocacy and education. http://bit.ly/2CEDtnE

National Women’s Health Week is a great time to begin building positive health habits for life. Habits like healthy ea...
05/15/2019

National Women’s Health Week is a great time to begin building positive health habits for life. Habits like healthy eating, regular physical activity, and annual preventative screenings positively impact breast health and overall quality of life. What healthy habits or tips do you recommend specifically for women?

Timeline Photos
05/12/2019

Timeline Photos

Saturday Rewind: For a recap of headlines you may have missed, check out "In the News" where we've compiled the latest i...
05/11/2019

Saturday Rewind: For a recap of headlines you may have missed, check out "In the News" where we've compiled the latest in breast imaging. http://bit.ly/2tqPRUC

SAVE THE DATE! National Women's Health Week is May 12–18. Join women across the country who are finding their health o...
05/10/2019
National Women's Health Week

SAVE THE DATE! National Women's Health Week is May 12–18. Join women across the country who are finding their health or encourage the women in your life to make their health a priority! It's a great time to commit to building positive health habits for life—such as getting preventative screenings like an annual mammogram. https://go.usa.gov/xmYHW

This National Women's Health Week, we want to help you take control of your health. Take the first step and join the celebration!

May the 4th be with you!
05/04/2019

May the 4th be with you!

Saturday Rewind: For a recap of headlines you may have missed, check out "In the News" where we've compiled the latest i...
05/04/2019

Saturday Rewind: For a recap of headlines you may have missed, check out "In the News" where we've compiled the latest in breast imaging. http://bit.ly/2tqPRUC

05/03/2019
www.breastsurgeons.org

The The American Society of Breast Surgeons (ASBrS) released new breast screening guidelines today calling for annual screening beginning at age 40 for women with average risk and continue as long as the woman remains in good health with an average life expectancy of 10 years or longer. We commend the ASBrS for putting the lives of women first and applaud their efforts to end the confusion. Read the full statement from ASBrS: https://bit.ly/2VAmSv1

"The USPSTF recommendations have been delayed by various pieces of legislation since they were first finalized and are c...
05/03/2019
New spending bill would delay USPSTF breast cancer screening guidelines another year

"The USPSTF recommendations have been delayed by various pieces of legislation since they were first finalized and are currently scheduled to go into effect on Jan. 1, 2021. If this legislation—a 2020 federal spending bill that increases discretionary funding by $11.7 billion—were to be signed into law, the delay would continue until Jan. 1, 2022." https://bit.ly/2LooiVi

House Democrats introduced legislation on April 29 that would delay the implementation of breast cancer screening recommendations first published by the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) in 2009 for another full year.

Leading with Mindfulness and Inclusiveness:Listen to the new Radiology Leadership Institute Taking the Lead Podcast for ...
04/30/2019
Episode 8: Geraldine McGinty, MD, MBA, FACR

Leading with Mindfulness and Inclusiveness:
Listen to the new Radiology Leadership Institute Taking the Lead Podcast for a thought-provoking conversation with Dr. Geraldine McGinty about her personal journey on the path to radiology leadership. https://bit.ly/2GVe7Ua

Leading with Mindfulness and Inclusiveness.

“If a breast cancer screening facility offers 3D, women should choose that. It's really a no-brainer. We just get so m...
04/29/2019
When It's Time For A Mammogram, Should You Ask For 3D?

“If a breast cancer screening facility offers 3D, women should choose that. It's really a no-brainer. We just get so much more information with 3D, it seems an obvious choice." -Dr. Liane Philpotts

Evidence is growing that 3D mammography provides more precise images and is better at detecting breast cancer — but the jury is still out on whether it saves lives.

Having #SBIACR2019 withdrawals? How’s this future #breastimaging #rad for some #MondayMotivation! He’s already atten...
04/29/2019

Having #SBIACR2019 withdrawals? How’s this future #breastimaging #rad for some #MondayMotivation! He’s already attended his first symposium!

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"Doing a mammogram every year results in mortality reduction of about 40 percent. Whereas doing it every other year, sta...
04/25/2019
New guidelines on how often to get a mammogram

"Doing a mammogram every year results in mortality reduction of about 40 percent. Whereas doing it every other year, starting later in life, reduces that mortality reduction to 23 percent.”- Dr. Lora Barke

The ACP says evidence shows getting a mammogram every year can lead to anxiety over false positives and tests women don't need.

"We're not saving any money by reducing the screening guidelines that have been working for us for the past several year...
04/24/2019
Local breast cancer center questions new screening guidelines

"We're not saving any money by reducing the screening guidelines that have been working for us for the past several years. We're actually going to be spending more money and losing lives and how much is every life worth?" -Dr. Stamatia Destounis

The American College of Physicians released new guidelines for breast cancer screening. It says women should wait until they are 50 years old to start screenings, instead of the previous recommendation of 40. It also says to only get screened every other year.

"As a result of the high bill, Susan decided to put off her 2018 annual screenings until she had dealt with paying off t...
04/23/2019
High-Deductible Health Policies Linked To Delayed Diagnosis And Treatment

"As a result of the high bill, Susan decided to put off her 2018 annual screenings until she had dealt with paying off the bills from 2017." Access is just as important as the option to screen. https://n.pr/2IAElgx

Her employer offered only a high-deductible health plan; that meant she'd have to pay up to $6,000 out of pocket each year. Advocates for patients say this sort of underinsurance is snatching lives.

Dr. Debbie Bennett sets the record straight on the age women should start getting screened.
04/22/2019
News for breast cancer screening

Dr. Debbie Bennett sets the record straight on the age women should start getting screened.

ST. LOUIS, Mo. - The Annals of Internal Medicine has just revealed a new report, suggesting that those with average risk factors for breast cancer should wait until age 50 to start getting screened. The American Cancer Society has always advised women not to wait past age 45. Dr. Debbie Bennett is t...

04/18/2019
www.informz.net

Journalist and non-radiologist physician, Elaine Schattner, has consistently supported screening mammography despite the countless naysayers. Here is her excellent article covering the past ten years of negativism towards a life-saving test. https://bit.ly/2Iq0aj3

Society of Breast Imaging's cover photo
04/18/2019

Society of Breast Imaging's cover photo

Imaging Technology News - ITN
04/16/2019
Imaging Technology News - ITN

Imaging Technology News - ITN

itnTV: A Discussion on Proposed FDA Rules for Mammography Reporting - Dr. Wendie Berg of UPMC Magee-Womens Hospital and DenseBreast-info, Inc. spoke with ITN Editorial Director, Melinda Taschetta-Millane, about proposed amendments to the language being used for mammography reporting and quality improvement at Society of Breast Imaging 2019 http://bit.ly/2UH21X2

#mammography #breastimaging #fda #womenshealth #breastdensity #sbiacr2019

DenseBreast-info, Inc.
04/16/2019

DenseBreast-info, Inc.

DB-I educational tools and the upcoming FDA density reporting standard resulted in a very busy DB-I booth at the Society of Breast Imaging meeting. We look forward to the 2020 meeting! For comprehensive info on dense breasts, visit DenseBreast-info.org.

Koios Medical
04/16/2019

Koios Medical

A favorite conference of the year! Kudos to Society of Breast Imaging. Connected with old & new friends alike (and always a bit of fun had too). The future of better breast care is now! #SBIACR2019

Breastlink
04/16/2019

Breastlink

Annual mammograms should begin at age 40 #40not50

American College of Radiology
Society of Breast Imaging
#EndTheConfusion
40 not 50

40 not 50
04/16/2019

40 not 50

Standing Strong 💪🏼
Annual mammograms should begin at age 40 #40not50

American College of Radiology
Society of Breast Imaging
#EndTheConfusion

The thousands of lives saved each year by annual mammography screening beginning at age 40 are not outweighed by short-t...
04/10/2019
ACR, SBI rebuff new breast cancer screening guidelines

The thousands of lives saved each year by annual mammography screening beginning at age 40 are not outweighed by short-term anxiety from test results, the recall rate, and overstated overdiagnosis claims.

The American College of Radiology (ACR) and the Society of Breast Imaging (SBI) said that they oppose new American College of Physicians guidelines that recommend biennial breast cancer screening starting at age 50.

Timeline Photos
04/10/2019

Timeline Photos

#EndtheConfusion
04/09/2019

#EndtheConfusion

"What’s frustrating for us is these guidelines further muddy the waters and likely will have an effect on patients not...
04/09/2019
New Mammogram Age Guidelines Met With Local Concern

"What’s frustrating for us is these guidelines further muddy the waters and likely will have an effect on patients not getting screened when they should be. By delaying screening until 50, you are actually disadvantigng some of our patient populations. Our goal is to save as many lives as possible." ~Sally Friedewald, MD https://bit.ly/2KnKO00

New mammogram guidelines released by a group of physicians Monday recommend women of 'average risk' wait longer to get their first mammogram, but a top doctor in Chicago disagrees.

Welcome to our new Fellows! #SBIACR2019
04/05/2019

Welcome to our new Fellows! #SBIACR2019

‪It’s official! Dr. Rita Zuley is now the 19th President of SBI. We look forward to her leadership into an exciting ...
04/05/2019

‪It’s official! Dr. Rita Zuley is now the 19th President of SBI. We look forward to her leadership into an exciting 35th year! ‬

Dr. Jay Baker addresses the body for the last time as President. Thank you for your outstanding leadership!
04/05/2019

Dr. Jay Baker addresses the body for the last time as President. Thank you for your outstanding leadership!

04/04/2019

SBI/ACR 2019 is underway!

‪Have you downloaded the #SBIACR2019 app? Before you head to FL, take a few minutes to download it for instant access ...
04/01/2019

‪Have you downloaded the #SBIACR2019 app? Before you head to FL, take a few minutes to download it for instant access to all the info you need for a successful meeting. Make sure you enable push notifications to receive up to the minute alerts and announcements!‬

Today we salute SBI Executive Director, Yasmeen J. Fields! If you've ever attended the symposium, chances are you've see...
03/31/2019

Today we salute SBI Executive Director, Yasmeen J. Fields! If you've ever attended the symposium, chances are you've seen her with her selfie stick! So when you see her at SBI/ACR 2019, take a selfie and post it!

Exactly one week from today, SBI will welcome a new President. Today we salute Dr. Margarita Zuley, who will be the eigh...
03/29/2019

Exactly one week from today, SBI will welcome a new President. Today we salute Dr. Margarita Zuley, who will be the eighth woman to serve in this role!

Today we salute Dr. Wendy DeMartini, the seventh woman to serve as President of the Society of Breast Imaging!
03/26/2019

Today we salute Dr. Wendy DeMartini, the seventh woman to serve as
President of the Society of Breast Imaging!

Our latest on-demand webinar series, "Mammo Positioning in the Digital Era," is available! SBI Honorary Fellow Louise Mi...
03/25/2019

Our latest on-demand webinar series, "Mammo Positioning in the Digital Era," is available! SBI Honorary Fellow Louise Miller revisits the “how-to's” of mammo positioning & introduces updated techniques required for changes in digital imaging modalities. https://bit.ly/2BZBzwm

Today we salute Dr. Elizabeth Morris, the sixth woman to serve as President of the Society of Breast Imaging!
03/22/2019

Today we salute Dr. Elizabeth Morris, the sixth woman to serve as President of the Society of Breast Imaging!

Today we salute Dr. Debra L. Monticciolo, the fifth woman to serve as President of the Society of Breast Imaging!
03/20/2019

Today we salute Dr. Debra L. Monticciolo, the fifth woman to serve as
President of the Society of Breast Imaging!

Today we salute Dr. Carol H. Lee, the fourth woman to serve as President of the Society of Breast Imaging!
03/18/2019

Today we salute Dr. Carol H. Lee, the fourth woman to serve as President of the Society of Breast Imaging!

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