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Mergers and Acquisitions in Radiology

Everything radiologists need to know about the continuing trend of mergers and acquisitions.

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Recent Content

CHICAGO—Advice given at RSNA 2015 about how to teach radiology residents and fellows about business.

Diffusion-tensor MRI algorithm may help physicians evaluate patients with mild traumatic brain injury and post-trauma migraines.

Case History: 24-year-old male with complaints of shoulder pain, slowly increasing swelling for five years.

Longing for the days when the radiology department was alive with discussion.

MRI distinguishes brain lesions, possibly supplementing existing diagnostic algorithms

In radiology, who is That Guy?

Improve satisfaction scores in the radiology department with a simple task.

Case Studies

Video: The lesion bleeds easily and grows back quickly when "knocked off."

Case History: 24-year-old male with complaints of shoulder pain, slowly increasing swelling for five years.

Case History: 44-year-old patient presented with complaint of lump in right breast for four months.

From Physicians Practice

Sometimes the best answers come from peers who are in similar circumstances. Here are four FAQs about going locum tenens.

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Here are different ways practices can avoid major billing errors that could lead to HIPAA violations and identity theft.

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Physicians have to ensure they are not falling victim to two common types of financial fraud related to their credit.

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