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No One Wants to Play with Radiologists

Patients don't want to talk to radiologists.

 

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Recent Content

Case History: 24-year-old presents with complaints of headache and seizures.

This Q&A series explores radiology’s role in overdiagnosis in a variety of conditions. Here, we discuss psychiatry.

For this “10 Questions” series, we spoke with Bibb Allen, Jr, MD, about his work and the future of radiology.

Computed tomography angiography may show significant incidental findings that ED physicians should act upon.

What’s the ideal scenario for radiologist compensation?

A look at what radiologist and patient factors play a role in false-positive mammography.

Radiology’s quest for value includes more patient-interaction, but what if patients don’t want to interact with radiologists?

Case Studies

Case History: 24-year-old presents with complaints of headache and seizures.

Case History: Patient in his 50s with history of cirrhosis and known mass on liver.

Case History: Woman in 7th decade of life presents with right lateral thigh mass.

From Physicians Practice

We surveyed 1,001 physicians as part of our annual Great American Physician Survey, Sponsored by Kareo. This video includes key findings of the survey.

Even though financial and legislative challenges are making it harder to be a physician, docs tell us they haven't given up.

Physicians are experiencing frustration with federal quality care programs that tie patient satisfaction to physician compensation.

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