Medality’s case-based learning platform to be integrated into training toolbox for faculty, residents, and fellows

[Cincinnati, OH, March 30, 2023] – Today, the Penn Radiology Division of Musculoskeletal Radiology (Penn MSK Radiology), announced that it has invested in Medality, formerly MRI Online, to help make training more productive for radiology residents and fellows. The Penn MSK Radiology Division will integrate the Medality case-based learning platform into their MSK curriculum to support trainees during their rotations.

The partnership with Medality demonstrates Penn MSK Radiology Division’s commitment to providing the most advanced and comprehensive educational resources for its radiology residents and fellows. Medality will work closely with the Penn MSK Radiology team to provide a personalized and self-directed training program, which includes interactive online microlearning courses, and advanced case-based simulation tools.

“Penn MSK Radiology is proud to offer outstanding educational opportunities and training to our radiology residents and fellows. With Medality’s innovative platform and extensive curriculum, our trainees will have the opportunity to learn from some of the best MSK radiologists around the world and develop a deep understanding of routine and advanced musculoskeletal imaging techniques and diagnosis,” said Dr. Jenny Bencardino, Chief of Musculoskeletal Radiology at University of Pennsylvania.

“One of the things that I appreciate most about working with Medality is their focus on offering fresh content and cases that Penn MSK Radiology faculty, fellows and residents can work on in short bursts,” Dr. Bencardino added. “The courses are designed to prepare trainees for the challenges that they will face in clinical practice.”

As a recognized world leader in radiology education and research, the Penn Musculoskeletal Radiology Division knows that it is important to optimize the learning experience for its trainees and faculty.

“We are thrilled to partner with the Penn MSK Radiology team to provide cutting-edge training solutions for their residents and fellows,” shared Daniel Arnold, CEO and Co-Founder of Medality. “With this collaboration, we look forward to advancing the field of musculoskeletal imaging and supporting the growth and development of the next generation of radiologists.”

Medality’s case-based education is accredited under MRI Online by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) and totals more than 700 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ across its platform. Learners can also earn credits for MQSA, SCCT, NASCI, state licensure requirements and more. Courses are developed in partnership with hundreds of top academic faculty, such as Dr. David Yousem, Dr. Stephen Pomeranz, Dr. Petra Lewis, Dr. Don Resnick, Dr. Rachel Brem, Dr. Suresh Mukherji, Dr. Stefan Zimmerman, and Dr. Lacey McIntosh.

About Penn Radiology Division of Musculoskeletal Radiology

The faculty and staff members of the Division of Musculoskeletal Radiology offer patients world class clinical expertise and cutting edge technology for the diagnosis and image-guided treatment of disorders affecting bones, joints and soft tissues. Our mission is to advance knowledge in the field of musculoskeletal disorders by promoting education and collaborative translational research in partnership with expert specialists in Orthopedic Surgery, Orthopedic Oncology, Sports Medicine, Rheumatology, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. Learn more at

About Medality

Medality is the leading practice development platform for radiologists and medical imaging organizations. Medality helps tens of thousands of radiologists from over 100 countries upskill in high-growth, advanced imaging areas with case-based microlearning video courses and integrated cases designed to simulate clinical practice from anywhere, anytime. Imaging organizations use Medality to improve diagnostic and reporting quality, reduce turnaround times, and expand their breadth of practice quickly in the areas they need it most. Learn more at

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