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Can Radiologists Find Jobs?

There is no longer a thriving job market for radiologists.

Recent Content

Mammograms of dense breast tissue are read in a different way than mammograms of less dense breast tissue.

A 72 year-old woman presents for routine screening mammogram with no complaints.

Are there more radiologists than there are jobs?

Radiology saw some wins in recent Medicare policy provisions, according to experts at AHRA 2014.

It turns out that board-eligible radiologists could have a difficult time finding a job.

Magnetic resonance imaging on patients with multiple sclerosis who use a Will balance board showed changes of the brain that affected balance and movement.

Case History: 3-month-old child with abnormal growth of head size.

Case Studies

Case History: 3-month-old child with abnormal growth of head size.

Case History: 75-year-old male presents with complaint of mucus discharge from external opening on skin at anterior aspect of mid part of neck on the left side.

Case History: 50-year-old woman with onset of fever and altered mental status.

From Physicians Practice

Many doctors feel that promoting their practice is unprofessional. Instead, think of it as a way to help you provide excellent care to established and potential patients.

In light of continuing Medicare fraud, it is vital to review your coding and billing procedures. Prevention is key to avoiding expensive take-backs.

Here are five things that physicians can do to mitigate the risk of not only frivolous suits, but legitimate ones.

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