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Few family physicians are making low-dose CT screening referrals to patients who are at high risk for lung cancer.
The usual suspects in radiology.
Working together to strengthen the radiologist-administrator relationship.
Improved detection of breast cancer with automated breast ultrasound, according to study.
Using MRI to evaluate blood-brain barrier disruption following intracranial hemorrhage may predict severity after intervention.
How informatics and inform and improve patient outcomes in radiology, from ACR 2016.
[VIDEO] CHICAGO—Among other challenges, enterprise imaging forces different groups to work together, according to Jef Williams of Ascendian Healthcare Consulting.
[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.
From Physicians Practice
Physician partnerships are often a great idea. Great partners band together to compensate for each other's weaknesses and encourage creativity.
Another week, another research effort surmising the main reason why physicians are burned out. The latest research takes aim at a familiar foe.
Here are a few ways private practices can overcome the onslaught of MACRA and other outside factors that are threatening their existence.