Radiologists and Surgeons: Can’t We All Just Get Along?
Technology has put radiologists and surgeons side-by-side when it comes to patient care, but the relationship can be tricky if not navigated properly.
Widening the Scope of Root Cause Analysis
Root cause analysis isn’t reaching its potential in the radiology community.
12 Ways Radiology Residents, Fellows Can Be Indispensible
Norman Beauchamp, MD, MHS, offers his tips for how residents and fellows can really become a valued member of the radiology group.
What Referring Physicians Want from Radiologists
CHICAGO - Referring physicians offer some insight into what they want from their radiology colleagues, from better collaboration to clearer reports.
Radiology Workforce to Stay Steady Through 2016
CHICAGO - Some signs point to dismal job prospects while others look more promising. Most agree the radiology workforce will stay flat for the next few years.
Is Your Radiology Practice Tech-Savvy Enough?
CHICAGO - Is your practice competitive in its use of informatics and business intelligence? Here’s how to assess your place on the technology spectrum.
Should Hospital-based Radiologists Pursue Meaningful Use?
CHICAGO - Here’s why achieving meaningful use of electronic health records worked for some hospital departments, but not for others.
Cloud Computing: Is It Right for Your Radiology Practice?
CHICAGO - Cloud-based imaging sharing and storage can save money on IT, but radiology groups have to make sure their infrastructure will support it.
ABR Explains Changes to Certification Process
CHICAGO - The American Board of Radiology has made major changes to the core exam and maintenance of certification. Here’s what you need to know.
Mobile Radiology Computing: How to Get Started
CHICAGO - From determining the platform and device to adding apps, there are quite a few considerations when going mobile.
Radiologists Should Embrace Social Media
CHICAGO - Patients expect to be able to interact with their doctors online, so radiologists should understand and embrace the power of social media.
Deconstructing the Root Cause Analysis in Radiology
CHICAGO - A root cause analysis can help prevent future mistakes, and isn’t just a way to place blame on clinicians. Here’s what radiologists need to know.
Decisions and Challenges Facing Aging Radiologists
CHICAGO - Retirement can present challenges to the aging radiologist, but hobbies, personal connections, and planning can help.
How to Talk With a Patient after a Medical Error
CHICAGO - Radiologists should be sincere and authentic in delivering news of mistake to patients and families. Here’s what to consider after a medical error.
Improve Radiologist Efficiency with Better Lighting
CHICAGO - Making low-cost changes in lighting and adding a sound-masking system can improve radiologists’ performance and health.
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