August/September 2019

Radiologists’ pay-raise rates are flat. Administrators are working hard to earn bonuses. Lots of technologists are looking for new opportunities, and few PACS pros are skimping on time off (but not many are overdoing it either). See the numbers behind the factoids in the tabulated results of the 2019 RBJ Salary Survey.

Point-of-Care ultrasound is now routinely used wherever a patient in need happens to be. In the midst of it all, radiologists and ER doctors are looking for ways to collaborate rather than compete.

Medical practices are increasingly pressured to showcase the details of their contribution to medicine. But radiology isn’t like most other medical specialties, is it?

RBJ sought out a representative sampling of radiologists who are not just talking about AI but already using it to beneficial effect. Here are five highlights from what we found.

Ten radiology practices from around the U.S. have formed a new MSO, aiming to secure independence for each member practice. Some of the groups are already seeing strong returns.

CMS says 2020 is to be a year of “educational and operations” CDS testing. But the agency is likely to soon begin compiling data on slow adopters. Here’s what matters under the federal AUC mandate.

With a sincere Thank You to everyone who took the time to complete RBJ’s first annual salary survey—more than 530 individuals—we’re delighted to present the results in the pages ahead.

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