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Ultimately, the government will decide how radiology fits into value-based payments.


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As radiology practices continue to navigate the ICD-10 implementation, a look at how it can help the field.

Ultrasound screening for abdominal aortic aneurysm would save more lives of people aged 75 or older, rather than nonsmoking 65-year-olds.

Medical students are actually calling their radiology rotation a “radiation vacation.”

Your reputation in radiology impacts whether people are willing to listen to you or not.

44-year-old female presents with “cord-like,” palpable lump on left breast.

When it comes to advocacy, the ACR is the voice for radiology; how are they advocating for the shift to value-based payments?

Can new technology in radiology maximize efficiency without sacrificing quality?

Case Studies

Case History: 35-year-old presents with history of seizures.

Case History: 57-year-old male with increasing pain and numbness following CT.

Case History: 40-year-old with history of headache.

From Physicians Practice

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This doctor’s patient has all but lost her short-term memory. Unfortunately, the doctor seems to be the only one who sees it.

The challenges of ICD-10 are only getting started with denial and claim error rates set rise. Here’s one way to avoid these travails.

With the rollout of ICD-10 it's important to keep a sense of normalcy in other critical areas of your practice. Here are some ways to do that.

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