Radiology News, Features, Case Studies
Radiologists need a subspecialty to get a job, but they aren't using that training on the job.
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.
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.
[VIDEO] CHICAGO—Insight and advice about medical malpractice in radiology, from Michael Raskin, MD, MPH, JD.
[VIDEO] CHICAGO—Tips from Lawrence Muroff, MD, for radiology practices on negotiating hospital contracts.
[VIDEO] CHICAGO—Evidence-based design practices in radiology can increase patient satisfaction, Carlos Amato said at RSNA 2015.
[VIDEO] What radiologists need to know about finances.
From Physicians Practice
Discharging a patient from your practice can be a difficult decision. However, if done the right way, your practice will be better for it.
It's not impossible. Smaller providers can maximize their RCM and increase their bottom line; here are seven ways to do just that.
Here are several ways even the smallest practice can effectively manage the health of its patient population.