Most U.S.-based radiologists work out of independently owned practices. But in recent years, financial and regulatory pressures have driven many of these radiologists to “go corporate” and join a bigger health system.
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Healthcare practices and academic institutions are trying to cut costs, but medical departments still need funding. During the COVID-19 pandemic, radiology practices struggled financially as elective and non-emergent imaging studies were restricted.
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