Indiana University School of Medicine’s Richard Gunderman MD, PhD, wants his peers to move away from mass-produced care and toward a more personalized business model.
The Amsterdam-based company said it plans to double output at its U.S. sites by May, with a four-fold increase expected in July.
The feds have received more than 25,000 requests for advanced or accelerated payments since March 30, according to an announcement.
The American College of Radiology and numerous other medical societies want Health and Human Services to send physicians “immediate financial assistance” to help them weather the coronavirus storm.
The Office of the Inspector General report is based on phone interviews with 323 hospital leaders across nearly every state.
The Fleischner Society published its consensus statement on the role of imaging in the management and diagnosis of COVID-19 on Tuesday.
The Marlborough, Massachusetts-based mammography system manufacturer said it's cutting costs to make up for COVID-19’s impact on its bottom line.
A funny thing happened on the way to the printer with this issue of RBJ. In an email exchange, a radiologist who’d spoken with one of our reporters let me know he had more to say on the combustible subject about which he’d been interviewed.
A midsize private practice blooms where planted.