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Examining radiology's role in precision medicine.

 

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Do radiologists ever have time to do work?

Applying radiology peer review to child’s play.

The cost for noncontrast CT scans varies quite a bit, but information on pricing is usually easily to obtain.

Identifying the important role of imaging in the new era of precision medicine.

Another radiology acquisition, another test for radiologists.

Tools to help measure quality and safety in radiology as presented at ARRS 2015.

Case History: 20-year-old female with severe headache, blurred vision, vomiting.

Case Studies

Case History: 20-year-old female with severe headache, blurred vision, vomiting.

Case History: 43-year-old female with right upper abdominal pain and discomfort after eating.

Case History: 7-year-old female with complaints of convulsions for one year.

From Physicians Practice

PAs are overwhelmingly employed in clinical positions, yet there is also a great need for administrators with a PA-C credential.

A recent U.S. Tax Court ruling should provide food for thought for physicians accepting guaranteed bonus payments from their hospital employer.

Making a few simple changes to your cash-handling procedures can potentially save your practice thousands of dollars.

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