A hot radiology job market may make this the time for professional change.
Eric Postal, MD
Turn-around times used to be important just for critical health issues, but have spread to even mundane tasks.
Radiologists now have a safe haven where they can ask questions, share ideas or just enjoy interacting with others in the profession.
Learning (almost) as fast as during residency.
Too many rads or too much work? A balance can be hard to find.
The jobs are out there and the recruiters are calling. Should you take the chance?
An unanswered query can often tell you all you need to know.
Because no one is paying attention to them anyway, are all these diagnostic tests really necessary?
Better communication with patients will result in better scans.
Complaints are often clues on how to improve patient care—if only someone would listen.