Imaging appointments booked 6 months or longer ahead have highest no-show rate.
The number of female radiologists in the US varies considerably depending on geography.
Technology is advancing so fast that only the machines can keep up with it.
Magnetic resonance arthrography examinations are done more frequently in orthopedic hospitals.
Ultrasound needs to play a much larger role today than it has in the past.
Addendum requests are rarely worth fighting.
Is it really so bad to have some of one’s impressions outsizing one’s findings?
Longer wait times increase no-show rates for MRIs.
Either automated or clinical BI-RADS may be used to inform women of their breast density.
The number of adverse events related to contrast-enhanced CT are not statistically different between patients who fasted or who ate beforehand.
CT colonography detects cancer among seniors with no colorectal cancer symptoms.
The labor market is tight, so finding the right fit takes longer today than it did in the past.
Team medicine is great, as long as you don't get carried away.
Whole-body MR angiography is a feasible method for detecting early atherosclerosis in low-to-intermediate risk patients.
Safety and quality initiatives don’t just impact patients and staff, but healthcare costs and reimbursements, too.