Radiology News, Features, Case Studies
Radiologists who have left practices for fellowship training.
Use of MRI images may help psychiatrists determine effectiveness of antipsychotic drug treatment.
A recent study in AJR noted that spending on imaging has actually decreased in most of the U.S.
CT performed on admission for patients with suspected acute appendicitis can predict hospital resource utilization.
The internal battles in radiology.
A look at three radiologists who left their practices to train in fellowships.
Radiologists and nonradiologists must come to a consensus regarding who educates patients about radiation risks from diagnostic imaging.
Draft recommendations from the USPSTF on colorectal cancer screening omit CT colonography as a preferred screening method.
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From Physicians Practice
An organization of surgical outpatient centers recently implemented a strategy around patient-centered care, with a good deal of success.
Major developments on ICD-10 and meaningful use are just the latest news out of Washington, D.C., affecting physicians and practices.
Teams of medical specialists working toward a clear patient-stated goal, while being reimbursed for value, is the direction healthcare needs to go.