Radiology News, Features, Case Studies
Seeing one answer to a problem might make you less likely to look for another, less obvious one.
Subsequent ultrasounds are more likely to occur when non-radiologists read initial ultrasounds in the emergency department than when radiologists read.
Breast density legislation is still causing confusion and controversy among radiologists.
An abbreviated MRI protocol is effective in detecting breast cancer and saving resources.
Radiologists who use simplified language in their reports help their patients understand their results.
The move toward greater consolidation in radiology is still going strong, and several drivers are behind it.
[VIDEO] Leonard Berlin, MD, talks malpractice at ACR 2016.
[VIDEO] Insight from the inside of a radiology group merger, from RBMA 2016.
[VIDEO] What radiology practices need to know about PQRS, explained by Michael Bohl at RBMA 2016.
[VIDEO] CHICAGO—Among other challenges, enterprise imaging forces different groups to work together, according to Jef Williams of Ascendian Healthcare Consulting.
From Physicians Practice
In this month's coding column, we also feature answers to prolonged services codes and orthopedic ICD-10 codes.
A recent executive order to ensure federal computer systems are safe from attack has implications for medical practices as well.
By using schedule automation, a multi-specialty practice in Mass. is saving time and headaches, while also improving the patient experience.