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The Subspecialty Paradox

Radiologists need a subspecialty to get a job, but they aren't using that training on the job.

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Recent Content

Radiologists aren’t profiled the way other physicians are, but they are still affected, from RBMA 2016.

Performing sacrum and coccyx X-rays in the ED generally has no direct impact on patient care.

Case History: 20-year-old male with originally painless swelling of right cheek that has become painful.

Brain CT and MRI for early stage lung cancer patients are not routinely recommended.

Most carotid ultrasounds for asymptomatic patients are not based on appropriate criteria.

A different kind of satisfaction score in radiology.

Areas for improvement in clinical efficiency in radiology, as explained at a 2016 RBMA conference.

Case Studies

Case History: 20-year-old male with originally painless swelling of right cheek that has become painful.

What is the cause of this erythematous rash that appeared and spread rapidly on the child's trunk and extremities?

Case History: 62-year-old male with history of abdominal pain and weight loss for two months.

From Physicians Practice

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Doctors are dealing with more outside forces than ever before, like third-party and government payers. Here's why they have to organize.

Discharging a patient from your practice can be a difficult decision. However, if done the right way, your practice will be better for it.

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It's not impossible. Smaller providers can maximize their RCM and increase their bottom line; here are seven ways to do just that.

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