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Monday 24th September 2018

Insurance Coverage for Prostate MRIs Overly Restrictive

Coverage for prostate MRIs results in challenges for patients and referring physicians seeking to obtain ready access.

Sunday 23rd September 2018

Health Execs Share Their Favorite Interview Questions

Managed Healthcare Executive asked seven healthcare executives about their interview techniques, how they approach job interviews, and the one doozy of a question that they like to ask job candidates. Here’s what they said.

Wednesday 19th September 2018

Radiology Comic: Trying to Understand What Referring Doctors Want from Radiology

Orders for imaging are often unclear, so radiologists sometimes have to resort to whatever means necessary to figure out what they are supposed to be looking at.

How cost-cutting is affecting radiology departments

Imaging is often one of the first targets of budget cutters, but patient care may suffer as a result.

Machine Outperforms Radiologists for Staging Liver Fibrosis Using CT

Etiology of liver disease and CT technique did not affect staging accuracy.

Does Diffusion-Weighted MRI After Breast Cancer Affect Prediction Accuracy?

MRI after 12 weeks of therapy predicts complete pathologic response to neoadjuvant chemotherapy.

Tuesday 18th September 2018

Shedding Bad Habits During a Job Change

Perform a self-evaluation when switching jobs to make sure you haven’t fallen into habits that might hurt your standing at the new position.

Image IQ: 45-Year-Old Male Patient Presenting with Right Upper Quadrant Pain

Can you properly diagnose this 45-year-old patient?

Monday 17th September 2018

Real-Time Phase-Contrast Flow MRI Aids in Diagnosing Carotid Stenosis

RT-PC MRI yields velocity distributions across the entire vessel lumen.

Saturday 15th September 2018

The Imaging Scans Useful in Spotting Rheumatoid Arthritis

A South Korean study may contribute to the improvement of personalized therapeutic outcomes for rheumatoid arthritis by expanding the scope of molecular imaging.

Thursday 13th September 2018

Post-op CT May Help Diagnose Recurrent Pancreatic Ductal Adenocarcinoma

FDG PET-CT imaging could be of additional value when disease recurrence is suspected despite negative or equivocal CT findings.

Wednesday 12th September 2018

Flat-Panel CT Better than Multi-Slice CT in Temporal Bone Assessment

Findings are due to higher spatial resolution and comparable equivalent doses.

Four M&A Post-Deal Integration Hazards Health Execs Should Avoid

Plenty of M&A deals look great on paper but ultimately fall apart in the post-deal integration phase. Here are the biggest pitfalls healthcare executives and stakeholders on both sides of a deal need to consider when managing this critical phase of the process.

How to Negotiate with a Potential New Employer

Play your cards right to get the best deal.

Tuesday 11th September 2018

Radiology Comic: The Red Hot Job Market

Being in demand is a good thing, right?

Monday 10th September 2018

Appendicitis Severity Score Accurately Predicts Complicated Appendicitis

The retroperitoneal space planes count was not useful for the diagnosis of complicated appendicitis.

Friday 7th September 2018

Six Skills You Need to Have

Healthcare is changing more and more rapidly. To thrive in this unpredictable environment, leaders need to excel in many areas. Here’s a look at the top six attributes we’ve identified as crucial to your success.

Thursday 6th September 2018

Most Children May Not Need Sedation for MRI

Only 11 children out of 80 who participated in the study required anesthesia.

Earlier Mammography Screening Results in Greater Mortality Reduction

Screening at age 40 detects more stage 1 breast cancers.

Wednesday 5th September 2018

Myocardial Delayed Enhancement CT Versus Late Gadolinium MRI

Computed tomography method compares well in detecting and localizing scarring in patients with heart failure.

Can An Algorithm Help Diagnose Coronary Artery Disease?

Cardiac stress tests and exposure to radioactivity may not be needed for assessment of CAD.

Tuesday 4th September 2018

6 Things to Consider Before Switching Jobs

With a hot market for radiology jobs, here's what to consider before making the leap to a new position.

Thursday 30th August 2018

Physicians Not Discussing Lung Cancer Screening as per USPSTF Guidelines

Despite recommendations, shared decision-making for lung cancer screening in practice may be far from what is intended by guidelines.

Is Gadolinium From MRIs Entering the Brain?

Higher cerebrospinal fluid gadolinium concentrations were detected within the first eight hours after gadolinium-based contrast agent administration.

Wednesday 29th August 2018

Breaking Up Doesn’t Have to Be Hard to Do

Better to leave an old job – and boss – as friends than enemies

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