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Cloud data storage is getting really cheap—like storing-a-500-image-CT-study-for-50-cents cheap. The sheer economy of storing images online should make it standard, but a maze of regulation and expensive penalties make it difficult for imaging providers to navigate the issue, according to an article published in the Journal of the American College of Radiology.

Radiology Business spoke with Jessica Stafford, Board Chair of the Kentucky Society of Radiologic Technologists, who discussed the group’s legislative advocacy efforts on behalf of the radiologic science community.

While radiology isn’t typically in the crosshairs of regulatory and investigative agencies, sloppy compliance practices could doom any imaging facility, according to a presentation at the Radiology Business Management Association’s 2017 PaRADigm meeting in Chicago.

Scott Hazelbaker, MS, director of radiology at Providence Alaska Medical Center in Anchorage, Alaska, revealed eight principles to creating a positive work environment at RBMA PaRADigm 2017 in Chicago.

More and more millennials—most commonly referred to as individuals born between 1980 and 2000—are completing their training and officially entering the radiology workforce. It’s an exciting time for those men and women, proof that their years of dedication and hard work have truly paid off ... but the influx of young workers also has resulted in elevating frustration levels across radiology groups throughout the country. 

 

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Why radiology needs defined image storage guidelines

Cloud data storage is getting really cheap—like storing-a-500-image-CT-study-for-50-cents cheap. The sheer economy of storing images online should make it standard, but a maze of regulation and expensive penalties make it difficult for imaging providers to navigate the issue, according to an article published in the Journal of the American College of Radiology.

Q&A: Chair of Kentucky rad tech society discusses legislative advocacy efforts

Radiology Business spoke with Jessica Stafford, Board Chair of the Kentucky Society of Radiologic Technologists, who discussed the group’s legislative advocacy efforts on behalf of the radiologic science community.

ASRT CEO Sal Martino named an ASAE Fellow

American Society of Radiologic Technologists (ASRT) CEO and executive director Sal Martino has been named a Fellow of the American Society of Association Executives (ASAE), joining the ranks of the less than 1 percent who earn this distinction.

 
Women increasingly involved in ACR leadership roles since 2001

To assess the trends of women in voluntary leadership roles in the American College of Radiology (ACR) from 2001 to 2015, researchers collected retrospective records from the organization's membership database.

7 common compliance errors in radiology practices—and how to avoid them

While radiology isn’t typically in the crosshairs of regulatory and investigative agencies, sloppy compliance practices could doom any imaging facility, according to a presentation at the Radiology Business Management Association’s 2017 PaRADigm meeting in Chicago.

8 leadership principles for a positive radiology group

Scott Hazelbaker, MS, director of radiology at Providence Alaska Medical Center in Anchorage, Alaska, revealed eight principles to creating a positive work environment at RBMA PaRADigm 2017 in Chicago.

Applications open for technologist safety grant from ASRT/Toshiba

Applications for a collaborative grant supporting radiologic technologist safety are now open, according to the ASRT Foundation and Toshiba Medical. Each year, the Safety FiRsT program awards two grants up to $7,000 since its inception in 2015.

As Millennials Get to Work, Leaders in Radiology are Faced with a New Set of Challenges

More and more millennials—most commonly referred to as individuals born between 1980 and 2000—are completing their training and officially entering the radiology workforce. It’s an exciting time for those men and women, proof that their years of dedication and hard work have truly paid off ... but the influx of young workers also has resulted in elevating frustration levels across radiology groups throughout the country. 

Continental Who's Who recognizes Alan Heideman, MD for his work in medical field

Alan J. Heideman, MD, has been recognized by Continental Who’s Who as a Pinnacle Lifetime Member for his contributions to the medical field.

 
Radiology 100: Take the 10th annual survey to learn how your private practice ranks in the U.S.

Radiology Business Journal’s annual Radiology 100 survey is now officially live. Don’t miss this opportunity to see where your private practice ranks compared to other practices across the country. 

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