Practice Management

USPSTF Recommends Low-Dose CT Screening for Heavy Smokers

The USPSTF published its final recommendation on screening for lung cancer on December 31, concluding that all people between the ages of 55 and 80 years who are at high risk for lung cancer should undergo low-dose CT screening.

Practice Management

A majority of malpractice cases in radiology are a result of failure to diagnose or communicate.

Computer-generated patient histories are more thorough, organized, and useful than physician-written histories.

As obstetric units close and consolidate around the country, ways to improve interhospital communication and to assess patient outcomes are needed.

The RSNA Reporting Initiative continues to grow and give radiologists a sampling of best practice reporting templates.

Radiology practices already have the data they need to forecast clinical demand.

People don’t need to see the true representation of radiologists.

Though the relationship can be strained, radiologists and referring physicians have a lot to offer one another.


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