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Not Compliant? It Could Cost You

Reimbursements will be reduced if CT equipment is not compliant with new standards. 

Recent Content

PET with [18 F]flutemetamol can assist physicians in early and more accurate diagnosis of early onset dementia.

Mentors need to step in for what medical school doesn’t teach radiologists, like preparing for retirement.

Brain PET and age may help clinicians determine which patients with amnestic mild cognitive disorder may progress on to probable Alzheimer’s disease.

In radiology, being clueless, like being ignorant, can be bliss.

Federal standard would require women be informed if they have dense breast tissue as indicated on mammogram.

Magnetic resonance imaging of pregnant patients with suspected appendicitis improves resource use, study finds.

If radiology groups aren’t using compliant CT scanners, they can expect to pay up.

Case Studies

Case History: Female patient in early 60s with abdominal pain and nausea.

Case History: 29-year-old female, five days postpartum, presented with painful swelling and palpable lump.

Case History: 45-year-old female with vague pain in the abdomen.

From Physicians Practice

Here are three easy-to-implement tools to make your practice's online presence more actionable to recruit and retain patients.

When so-called “quality measures” don’t include small medical practices, patients lose out on finding great physicians.

Many doctors experience a large gap between what they typically earn and their disability benefits. Here are five strategies to better protect yourself.

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