Radiology News, Features, Case Studies
Our 2017 round-up.
What will they ask of radiologists next?
Physicians who perform fluoroscopy-guided procedures are not at higher risk for cancer or death.
The anatomy of the radiology workforce in 2017.
MRI has shown structural abnormalities related to cognitive function among people with genetic forms of autism.
Magnetic resonance measurement of luminal water in prostate gland in detection and grading of cancer.
Inadequacy in health care.
[VIDEO] Leonard Berlin, MD, talks malpractice at ACR 2016.
[VIDEO] Insight from the inside of a radiology group merger, from RBMA 2016.
[VIDEO] What radiology practices need to know about PQRS, explained by Michael Bohl at RBMA 2016.
[VIDEO] CHICAGO—Among other challenges, enterprise imaging forces different groups to work together, according to Jef Williams of Ascendian Healthcare Consulting.
This Patient Care Special Report updates you on pediatric vaccines in a series of clever clinical scenarios. First, the intro and pretest.
From Physicians Practice
A recent Merritt Hawkins survey found 56 percent of docs in support of single-payer healthcare due to a variety of reasons, including feelings of inevitably.
Don't let the grind get you down. Here are five ways physicians can be more energetic in their day-to-day lives.
This doc found out the hard way that medical coding for a single patient can be a cumbersome time suck.