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Gerald R. Kolb, JD
One trend, in medicine, is for primary-care and specialty physicians to use ultrasound—and, perhaps, other imaging modalities—in their practices. From my perspective (and with 20 years of experience as an imaging and hospital administrator and consultant, US medicine is evolving away from fee-for-service reimbursement and toward outcomes-based
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Digital mammograms are now being delivered at more than 50% of the mammography sites in the nation. While the technology was validated in the US National Cancer Institute’s Digital Mammographic Imaging Screening Trial,1 the small statistical advantage of digital over analog mammography was found primarily in younger, premenopausal patients with