Attracting good talent doesn't have to be so hard—but you do need to put in a little effort.
Eric Postal, MD
The difference between one group and the next may lie deep in the details.
If referring physicians would say what they really want, the life of a radiologist would be much easier.
Perform a self-evaluation when switching jobs to make sure you haven’t fallen into habits that might hurt your standing at the new position.
Know your audience to maximize your value.
A hot radiology job market may make this the time for professional change.
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.