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Radiologists, Referring Physicians: It's Time To Work Together

Radiologists and referring physicians have a lot to offer one another.

Recent Content

Computer-generated patient histories are more thorough, organized, and useful than physician-written histories.

Routinely adding ultrasound to screening for breast cancer for women with dense breasts is not cost-effective.

Patients must become central to radiologists’ work, David C. Levin, MD, said at RSNA 2014.

Case History: 40-year-old patient with one-week history of seizure and altered sensorium.

Using a structured order entry for trauma CTs results in better communication, recording, and billing.

The RSNA Reporting Initiative continues to grow and give radiologists a sampling of best practice reporting templates.

Screening mammography image readings by radiologists are influenced by individual technologists.

Case Studies

Case History: 40-year-old patient with one-week history of seizure and altered sensorium.

Case History: 52-year-old woman with 12-month history of right upper quadrant pain and no other symptoms.

Case History: 82-year-old male presented with acute onset of right inguinal region mass.

From Physicians Practice

The most asked question from state legislators: Does physician quality really impact cost?

The importance of HIPAA policies and procedures should not be overlooked. Doing so can be costly.

People are often oblivious to their irritating habits. Here are strategies for dealing with three types of irksome behavior.

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