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No One Wants to Play with Radiologists

Patients don't want to talk to radiologists.

 

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Recent Content

Computed tomography angiography may show significant incidental findings that ED physicians should act upon.

What’s the ideal scenario for radiologist compensation?

A look at what radiologist and patient factors play a role in false-positive mammography.

Radiology’s quest for value includes more patient-interaction, but what if patients don’t want to interact with radiologists?

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

At AHRA 2015, Carestream showcased their investigational cone beam CT, but they’re not selling it to only radiologists.

Case Studies

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.

Case study: What would cause a shock of stark white in the center of this child's otherwise black head of hair? Your Dx?

From Physicians Practice

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Meaningful use and narrow networks are forcing small practices to rethink the way they refer patients. Two practices have gone digital.

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A recent ruling in Texas is important for physicians to know, because it shows that laws regarding disclosure can have exemptions.

Achieving the principles and goals of lean management will help your practice make a continued commitment to improving patient care.

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