Radiology News, Features, Case Studies
Radiologists who have left practices for fellowship training.
CT performed on admission for patients with suspected acute appendicitis can predict hospital resource utilization.
The internal battles in radiology.
A look at three radiologists who left their practices to train in fellowships.
Radiologists and nonradiologists must come to a consensus regarding who educates patients about radiation risks from diagnostic imaging.
Draft recommendations from the USPSTF on colorectal cancer screening omit CT colonography as a preferred screening method.
Use of ultrasound and MRI among children is rising, while CT imaging drops.
[VIDEO] What radiologists need to know about finances.
[VIDEO] Insight into retirement in radiology.
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From Physicians Practice
Marni James of the Association of Independent Doctors explains how physician practices can remain independent in today’s environment.
With a large number of physicians planning to retire in the next few years, it will be important for them to plan ahead before hanging it up.
Here are five practical tips for physicians that are planning on retiring in the next few years and don’t want to be ill-prepared.