On its fifth anniversary, the ACA receives progress reports from two accomplices.

Under pressure to change, hospital radiology is entering a period of innovation.

When a radiologist went looking for unnecessary imaging, he realized he could earn his salary three times over just by weeding out waste.

In his State of the Union address earlier this year, President Obama released initial details of the Precision Medicine Initiative. 

When Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia Burwell announced an aggressive timeline for the transition from volume- to value-based payment earlier this year, it was the equivalent of reading healthcare the riot act: The status quo in healthcare is now the enemy.

Patients may soon have a much easier time understanding the details of their own radiology reports, thanks to a platform presented by Seong Oh, MD, and colleagues at the American College of Radiology’s ACR 2015 Annual Meeting.

An issue that surfaced repeatedly during the recent annual meeting of the Society for Imaging Informatics in Medicine had very little to do with imaging informatics technology and everything to do with how that technology is implemented: governance.

Finding a path into the future is challenging in these times of change and uncertainty, but three Radiology Business Management Association (RBMA) board members did their best to shed light on one of the murkiest topics in radiology today: the future of physician payment.

Advisory Board Co. research reveals that there are multiple avenues through which to pursue hospital–radiologist alignment.

In the next two years, already-inundated radiology administrators will face an onslaught of new regulatory challenges. 

Marketing plays a critical role in hospital-practice alignment and recognition of value-added services.

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