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Taking Care of Radiology Business

Each edition of the Business of Radiology series focuses on a specific business skill and how it applies to radiology.

Recent Content

Health systems must prepare to increase their low-dose CT lung cancer screening capabilities to accommodate a new, larger pool of Medicare patients.

The good, the bad, and the ugly of being a radiology expert witness.

Localized correlated spectroscopy may show signs of biochemical abnormalities, possibly signaling breast cancer among women with BRCA gene.

Case History: 47-year-old male with headaches followed by generalized tonic-clonic convulsions.

Breast density awareness is more common in women who are educated, had higher household income, and have health insurance.

Dosing levels for pediatric head CTs as recommended by the ACR are met by most hospitals in the U.S.

Computed tomography imaging is being performed more often among adults in the ED who have fallen, but may be unnecessary in many cases.

Case Studies

Case History: 47-year-old male with headaches followed by generalized tonic-clonic convulsions.

Case History: 60-year-old female with right hypochondriac pain, asthenia and decreased appetite.

Case History: 40-year-old male with fracture undergoes pre-anesthetic fitness evaluation for intra-medullary nailing at the fracture site.

From Physicians Practice

The National Physicians' Congressional Health Care Advisory Group has been called to Washington, D.C., later this month. What would you have us say?

Productivity will determine how successful a medical practice is against its competition. Here are some ways to step up the productivity level at your practice.

Technology can benefit medical practices, but it can also slow them down. Here's how to avoid some common pitfalls.

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