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Radiologists in the C-suite

Not all radiologists end up in the reading room, check out three radiologists who used their training differently.

Recent Content

A personal experience with dose that confirms the need for a push for mobile DR.

Changes in malpractice standard legislation in three states had little effect on advanced imaging use in the emergency room.

Radiology residents who take phone calls in the reading room may become distracted, reducing their diagnostic accuracy.

Case History: 12 year old female presented with fever, altered sensorium, and seizures over a six week period.

Increasing use of cardiac stress testing with imaging may be unnecessary and adds to cost and patient exposure to radiation.

[VIDEO] Radiology is at a crossroads and the first issue to be dealt with is change, says Sanjay Jain, MD, MBA.

Radiologists can choose to be gurus or geeks.

Case Studies

Case History: 12 year old female presented with fever, altered sensorium, and seizures over a six week period.

Case History: 45-year-old patient with three-month history of swelling in left leg.

Case History: 2-year-old female with complaints of swelling of vulva, gluteal region, and left thigh since birth.

From Physicians Practice

Frustration goes way down when expectations are explicit and achievable. Frustration with staff provides a good example of the theory.

Tech demos often focus on standard features that don't tell the whole story. Take control by providing vendors with a list of the problems you want to solve.

Practice management is about making decisions, but strong practice management is about making smart decisions. Here's how.

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