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Ultimately, the government will decide how radiology fits into value-based payments.
Who Is Responsible for Discussing Radiation with Patients?
Radiologists and nonradiologists must come to a consensus regarding who educates patients about radiation risks from diagnostic imaging.
USPSTF: Lack of Evidence for Screening with CT Colonography
Draft recommendations from the USPSTF on colorectal cancer screening omit CT colonography as a preferred screening method.
CT Use in Children Decreased
Use of ultrasound and MRI among children is rising, while CT imaging drops.
Case History: 25-year-old patient presents for antenatal ultrasound.
Why ICD-10 Is Good for Radiology
As radiology practices continue to navigate the ICD-10 implementation, a look at how it can help the field.
US Screening for AAA More Effective in Older Patients
Ultrasound screening for abdominal aortic aneurysm would save more lives of people aged 75 or older, rather than nonsmoking 65-year-olds.
The Problem with Radiology Rotation in Medical School
Medical students are actually calling their radiology rotation a “radiation vacation.”
Financial Insight for Radiologists
[VIDEO] What radiologists need to know about finances.
Retirement in Radiology
[VIDEO] Insight into retirement in radiology.
Image IQ: 5 Hardest Quizzes
We've stumped you before, so give them another try: our 5 hardest Image IQs.
Do You Want To Be a Radiology Leader?
[VIDEO] Radiology needs leaders. Do you have what it takes to be one?
History of Seizures
Case History: 35-year-old presents with history of seizures.
Case History: 57-year-old male with increasing pain and numbness following CT.
History of Headache
Case History: 40-year-old with history of headache.
Motivate Medical Practice Staff by Being Positive
Studies show that positive reinforcement is far more powerful than negative directives. Here are seven positive ways to engage your staff.
Meaningful Use Stage 3 a Mixed Bag for Physicians
CMS has released modifications to the meaningful use program. Here's what the changes mean for physician practices.
Use Modifier 78 When Treating Complications in the OR
When billing for an unplanned return to the OR that is related to the original procedure, use modifier 78.
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