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Sponsored by an educational grant from American College of Radiology (ACR)
The nation’s largest radiology practices continue to grow, adding imaging centers, increasing productivity and launching MSOs.
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Sponsored by an educational grant from Merge, an IBM company
How one radiology practice increased volume by 25% without increasing billing staff costs
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Sponsored by an educational grant from Intelerad
The nation’s 100 largest private radiology practices bulk up, adding radiologists but shedding employees and imaging center assets as they grow
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Sponsored by an educational grant from GE Healthcare
When we look at the future of PET, we think of new biomarkers and applications. Is conventional FDG PET maxed out? Or is there room to improve now? No it is not, and yes there is, molecular imaging experts say.
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Sponsored by an educational grant from Intelerad
The nation's 100 largest private radiology practices bulk up, adding radiologists but shedding employees and imaging center assets as they grow
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Sponsored by an educational grant from Elsevier
The 2014 meeting was a truly successful event! We expanded the program to include multidisciplinary evidence-based practice, thus including physicians and IT and healthcare executives and leaders in nursing and interdisciplinary care and it turned out to be great idea — many of you appreciated the expanded program and we look forward to how we can meet your needs for next year's meeting.
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Sponsored by an educational grant from APS
On October 1, 2014, healthcare practices will be required to use a revised version of the International Classification of Diseases code: ICD-10.
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Sponsored by an educational grant from FUJIFILM Medical Systems U.S.A., Inc.
Join us for a presentation by the American College of Radiology’s Michael Peters on what radiologists need to know to attest to Stages 1 and 2 of the federal Meaningful Use Program, followed by a Q & A session.
Sponsored by an educational grant from Intelerad
Welcome to the fifth annual radiology-group survey results. A different approach in gathering information was used this year. In the past, the survey was 100% based on submissions provided by the groups themselves. This year, the Radiology Business Journal staff researched the practice market and sought out large groups, asking them to submit information. Some entries were based on information taken from the groups’ websites. The results look complete and do represent the largest 100 radiology groups owned by radiologists in the country.