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No One Wants to Play with Radiologists

Patients don't want to talk to radiologists.

 

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When more isn’t better in radiology.

50-year-old male presents with palpable lump on the left breast.

Experts agree, PACS can’t survive as it is today.

Despite increase in referrals for mammography screening for high-risk women, actual screening numbers did not increase significantly.

Doing a good job in radiology should be rewarding enough.

Case History: 24-year-old presents with complaints of headache and seizures.

Case Studies

Case History: 24-year-old presents with complaints of headache and seizures.

Case History: Patient in his 50s with history of cirrhosis and known mass on liver.

Case History: Woman in 7th decade of life presents with right lateral thigh mass.

From Physicians Practice

Medical billers can feel like game-show contestants when trying to collect payment from insurance companies.

My office is understaffed, overworked, and I'm drowning in paperwork. I do not have time for vomiting.

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This survival guide offers key activities to move a practice beyond reactive management and toward a proactive approach to optimize performance.

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