Are you struggling with work-life balance? It’s a common issue for many radiologists, according to survey results published in JAMA Network Open.
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What’s the best way for radiologists to report on imaging studies? It may depend on the ordering physician.
Are you sick of hearing about how machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI) will make radiologists irrelevant? It’s no wonder, based on recent news stories warning that advanced AI means radiologists may no longer be needed.
Life-saving hemodialysis costs about $100,000 less for radiologists than surgeons, creating enormous value for health facilities, so says a study published in September in Radiology.
Is your independent radiology practice struggling financially?
When it comes to diagnosing and treating the novel coronavirus, sooner is better.
Sick of hearing about artificial intelligence? Well, it’s not the only potential game-changer in radiology. Even health tech that we’ve been using for years can disrupt the specialty as we know it.
It might be an understatement to say that diagnosing and treating the novel coronavirus has been tricky. COVID-19 has many possible symptoms, and the severity of those symptoms can vary widely between patients.
When it comes to detecting cancer, the sooner the better. But despite all the advances in medical imaging, it’s still difficult to accurately diagnose and stage a cancer tumor.
Let’s face it--as a specialty, radiology is not known for its bedside manner or close contact with patients. Radiologists remain “invisible” to many patients, which can tempt providers to downplay their radiology experiences.