To run your practice well, you need to know your practice well.
Richard Woodcock, MD
Radiologists need to play their part in educating the public about radiation.
Our original measurement of productivity no longer defines how useful we are.
Radiology might not be the best way to make a buck, but its rewards come in all shapes and sizes.
Peer review can help radiologists improve. Here are some methods for peer review and solutions for barriers your group may face.
Patient checklists are gaining popularity, and they are a no-brainer for radiologists to improve safety and efficiency. Look into them.
Making changes in radiology can happen one step -- and one provider -- at a time.
Just like any other team, radiology practices could benefit from a manual to keep provider preferences and practices organized.
Is recertification essential or a waste of time? Either way, the process isn’t trusted, and needs greater depth and validation for it to truly measure quality.
Radiology practices often have no formal plan for members facing retirement. Here’s what to consider when developing a policy to avoid confusion.