Communication and other real-world skills are hard to evaluate on multiple-choice exams.
Whitney J. Palmer
We’ve reached a point where many in the industry wonder how mergers are working and what impact it’s having on the profession and patient care.
Whether you’re in a stand-alone imaging center or part of a hospital-based group or department, you’ll face the same problem eventually—the need to purchase equipment.
Radiologists must better explain their contribution to patient outcomes to gain more freedom.
Continuous assessment, technology drive gains.
What they tell you can make the difference between success and failure.
Advanced imaging needs protocols, say leaders.
Machine learning will help radiologists improve patient care—eventually.
More students are interested in the specialty thanks to greater exposure efforts.
The labor market is tight, so finding the right fit takes longer today than it did in the past.