Work-life balance in healthcare? It's possible (really).
The Expertise of Ignorance
If you allow yourself to adopt an uninformed opinion, you’ll be resistant to facts that undermine it if/when they come your way.
No Finishing Line
Our professional 'peak' is always transforming--and that's a good thing.
An Easier Climb Back Into the Saddle
Maybe it’s my psych degree talking, but it seems to me that punishing someone every time they come back from vacation is not a great way to make them feel good about the job to which they’re returning.
Battles Lost, Skirmishes Won: The Campaign Continues
Standing up for what you think is right (or ridiculous) isn’t always easy--or necessary.
Finding time away for rads can be complicated – but, it’s necessary.
The F-word: Think It, Just Don’t Say It
Rely on facts rather than persuasion when dealing with fairness.
RAD-AID and Radiology
How radiology professionals can help medically underserved communities at home and abroad.
One Size Fits All. And, If You Believe That…
Think long-term when considering teleradiology hires.
4D Flow Applications to Interventional Radiology
Better understanding of blood flow means better treatment for patients.
Trust Me, I’m an Expert
Sometimes letting your work speak for itself is best.
Being outside the standard deviation isn’t always a bad thing.
Success in radiology comes with these three characteristics.
Let Yourself Be Pleasantly Surprised
Being open to the positives in your daily life will actively decrease the negatives you see.
Perspectives on Interventional Radiology
A provider’s first-person encounter with the specialty as a patient.
Where Are the Reinforcements??!?
Radiology could benefit from actions that support and encourage productivity.
The Slow Guy
The benefits of – and opportunities for – a slower reader.
Achieving Real-World Success with AI
How one health system is doing it.
The Needs of Innovation: Reflection and Collaboration
Radiologists are well positioned – and have a responsibility – to help teams identify uses for technology in patient care.
Overall, radiology is filled with safe assumptions that allow providers to conduct daily work.
Uterine Fibroid Embolization: Past, Present, and Future
The need for a growing role for interventional radiologists.
Don’t Make Me Get Interested
Providing something productive to focus on can help side-step unwanted attention.
Radiomics Offers the Next Breakthrough in Treatment Planning for Personalized Medicine
A look at the insights and financial benefit provided by radiomics.
The Benefits of Putting a New Lens on “Consumer” Technology
What do these advancements bring to imaging departments?
The Other Side of the Coin: Sticking Out Like a Not-Sore Thumb
What does it take to stand out from your crowd of peers?
Caring for Two
Digital access for imaging goes a long way toward making patients happy.
The potential impetus behind wanting to take the reins of leadership.
Women’s Preventive Imaging: A 3-Pronged Strategy for Improving Access
An effective strategy requires participation by public health advocates, legislators, providers, vendors, and the media.
CMS Must Provide Coverage for Breakthrough Medical Technologies
Move would support patients and encourage innovation.
Demand and Supply…and More Demands
Know what you have -- and know how it compares to the market.
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