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Podcast: Getting Your Radiology Solution Out There


Paul Chang, MD, offers some advice and warns of a few pitfalls radiology professionals face when getting their home-grown IT tools into the market.

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In this podcast, the second in a two-part series, Chang previews some of the advice and guidance he’ll be giving at SIIM 2012 on how to get your solution into the market.  

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