In-house imaging provides orthopaedic practices with ancillary revenue stream.
“Where you win or lose the game in a medical practice is on the revenue side of the balance sheet.”
Orthopaedic practices, like all medical practices, are feeling the pinch of increased costs, reimbursement pressure, and time-consuming administrative
The role of imaging in stress tests and MTBI; and the cost of health IT are in the news.
Articles include: zero-gravity treadmills beneficial for stress tests; plans that don’t require pre-authorization for radiology imaging are a worst-case scenario; a type of MRI might be effective
In the news: medical devices might pose HIT risk; increase in radiology jobs.
Articles include: medical devices offer risks for authorized access; ACR projects 16% job growth for radiologists in 2016; Stanford’s radiology department uses patient input to improve processes; FDA issued updated requirements
regarding 510(k) submissions for medical
Reliability, redundancy and mobility help provider keep pace with imaging needs.
Many radiology departments are feeling the pressure of “doing more with less”. For Columbus Regional Health in Indiana, the pressure was literal: the medical provider had to eliminate three RAD rooms yet maintain the same
Advisory Board Company’s Imaging Performance Partnership research offers insights for imaging leaders.
Recent years have seen transformational change occur in the American health care market. Keeping up with each development is daunting, but equally challenging is identifying the implications of these changes on the future of
Before introducing the keynote speaker Monday at AHRA 2016, Carestream’s Dan Monaghan asked the radiology administrators in attendance three questions:
Do you need more hours in the day?
Do you wish you had more time and more energy?
Could you use less stress and more
Sonographers, practice managers and manufacturers can help reduce musculoskeletal disorders.
Ultrasound’s expanding clinical capabilities and its relatively low cost make it a popular imaging choice. And its growing popularity is impacting sonographers’ workload. An imaging department that performed 10 to 20 exams daily in the past
Ultrasound's expanding clinical capabilities and economics contribute to worldwide growth.
Low in cost and minimally invasive, medical ultrasound is steadily infiltrating almost every field of medicine.
Markets and Markets reports that the global ultrasound market is expected to reach $6.86 billion by 2020, up from $5.25 billion in
EMRs for healthIT and a new imaging modality are in the news.
This week’s articles include: the VA has joined a program that makes it easier for patients to access their electronic medical records; a study examines whether hospitals hesitate to adopt order-entry clinical decision support