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Tips for Increasing Value in Radiology
Suggestions for how radiology practices can increase value from an operational perspective were discussed at ACR 2015.
Number of Female Radiologists, Field Leaders Remains Low
Women still not entering radiology residencies, taking leadership roles, despite increased awareness of gender disparity.
More Imaging Resources Needed for Obese Patients
More radiology resources necessary for obese patients.
More IG-Needles and IG-Vacuum, Fewer Cyst Aspirations
More image guided percutaneous core needle biopsies and image guided percutaneous automated vacuum assisted biopsies are performed.
Most States Decreased Spending on Medical Imaging
Since the peak of medical imaging costs in 2006, all states but Maryland and Oregon, have seen decreases in spending in this area.
Imaging’s Attitude Problem
Inappropriate imaging has given the field a bad name according to experts at ACR 2015.
Nonradiologists Still Do More Double Chest Scans
Pre- and postcontrast chest CTs are done more often by nonradiologists than radiologists.
11 Principles of Successful Labor Management in Radiology
Labor management in radiology has a direct effect on profitability, is your group successful at managing labor?
Radiology Leader, Harvey L. Neiman, MD, FACR, Dies at 71
Harvey L. Neiman, MD, FACR, chief executive officer of the American College of Radiology passed away on June 5, 2014.
Optimizing Your Reading Room
Upgrading your workstation with ergonomically-designed technologies can improve performance and decrease work-related discomfort.
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