Timothy V. Myers, MD


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A Radiologist’s New Year’s Resolutions, Revisited

January 07, 2013

Let’s review my 2012 goals to image gently, learn more, be heard, and get involved in the health care community. There were some improvements, some shortfalls.

Strategic Radiology: The Beginning of the End?

November 19, 2012

The formation and alternative approach of national radiology group Advanced Diagnostic Imaging has three potential outcomes for Strategic Radiology.

October Awareness Month - The Other Killer of Women

October 24, 2012

October isn’t just for breast cancer awareness. It’s also National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Here’s what you as a radiologist can do.

4 Ways to Build a Successful Radiology Support Team

October 16, 2012

From the front desk to technologists to billing staff, a strong support team in a culture of honesty and respect will ultimately drive practice growth.

Radiology Myopia: How Good is Your Group’s Vision?

October 01, 2012

Radiologists are in the service business. A narrow view of your practice’s role focuses only on production and efficiency rather than improved patient care.

Building Awareness of the Changing Radiology Landscape

September 06, 2012

Understanding the radiology group practice environment is essential before planning or executing any operational plan. Here’s how to build that awareness.

How to Transform Radiology Group Culture to Embrace Change

August 09, 2012

Does your radiology group have a strong culture? Here’s why a new, energetic culture is the most valuable change-agent to ensure success now, and the future.

Facing Change in Radiology - But How?

August 02, 2012

In this first part of a series on the changes facing radiology, we describe how to transform a radiology group to create and drive a new culture of activism.

ACA and Radiology: The End of the Beginning

July 10, 2012

The Supreme Court decision isn’t the end of changes we will see in radiology or health care. Only progressive and entrepreneurial radiology groups are likely to survive.

Screening Ultrasound Exams Should Not Be Limited

February 02, 2012

The more advanced and more complicated the disease process, the more likely the patient will end up with surgery and/or amputation, increasing the cost of initial care and the additional intervention.