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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.

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

CMS has finally given physicians a glimpse of its plans to expand reimbursement for telehealth services provided to Medicare beneficiaries.

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.

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