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Is the Radiologist's Reputation Ruined?

Radiologists are trying to emerge from the shadows, but are people seeing them clearly?

Recent Content

Radiology saw some wins in recent Medicare policy provisions, according to experts at AHRA 2014.

It turns out that board-eligible radiologists could have a difficult time finding a job.

Magnetic resonance imaging on patients with multiple sclerosis who use a Will balance board showed changes of the brain that affected balance and movement.

Case History: 3-month-old child with abnormal growth of head size.

Who wears the scrubs in a medical relationship?

Using SPECT-CT allows clinicians to identify some causes of low back pain.

Following a merger of eight regional facilities, San Diego Imaging Medical Group wanted to image-enable their EMR and gain control of image sharing, access, and management.

Case Studies

Case History: 3-month-old child with abnormal growth of head size.

Case History: 75-year-old male presents with complaint of mucus discharge from external opening on skin at anterior aspect of mid part of neck on the left side.

Case History: 50-year-old woman with onset of fever and altered mental status.

From Physicians Practice

Standard SMS text messaging is not encrypted, secure, or HIPAA compliant. Without taking proper precautions, texting with patients puts your practice at risk.

Consultant Charlie Hauck provides five key components for practices to resolve conflict when it occurs and try to reduce it from happening in the first place.

Charge capture has evolved, from paper to PC to PDA and now to mobile applications, providing physicians with better access to patient data.

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