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Cheryl Proval
Vice President, Executive Editor, Radiology Business
Cheryl began her career in journalism when Wite-Out was a relatively new technology. During the past 16 years, she has covered radiology and followed developments in healthcare policy. She holds a BA in History from the University of Delaware and likes nothing better than a good story, well told.
 - gear up

With momentum gathering, we conversed with two radiologists for their thoughts on how radiology should suit up for value-based payment.

 - Cheryl Proval

More than half of all physicians are suffering low morale

 - Cheryl Proval

Next year, the first hospital-owned imaging centers are expected to transition out of HOPPS reimbursement

 - Radiology 100, 2016

The nation’s largest radiology practices continue to grow, adding imaging centers, increasing productivity and launching MSOs.

 - Radiology 100, 2016

The nation’s largest radiology practices continue to grow, adding imaging centers, increasing productivity and launching MSOs.

 - springboard

The greatest challenge of coding and billing operations in implementing ICD-10 over the past year has nothing to do with coders or billing personnel.

 - Cheryl Proval

Added resources will be required in the new order—enter private equity.

 - roundtable

An expert panel weighs in on what makes the PACS-EMR integration click

 - Cheryl Proval

CMS rearranges the hoops in its proposed rule for value-based payment

 - Juan Batlle, MD

Baptist Health South Florida, a six-hospital system in South Florida, implemented a multidisciplinary low-dose CT lung cancer screening program in July of 2014, spearheaded by 72-radiologist practice Radiology Associates of South Florida, Miami, and Juan Batlle, MD, director of the program.