Around since 1975, Progressive Radiology dubs itself as the “leading” provider of outpatient imaging services in Illinois, Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia.
That's according to an opinion piece from one resident physician, published in Current Problems in Diagnostic Radiology.
Experts from five leading medical centers offered their money must-dos in a review published Wednesday in Academic Radiology.
Ed Dalton Barham, MD, spent 35 years at Merit Health Woman’s Hospital in Flowood, serving as CMO and board chairman at the time of his death.
He told reporters that the platform’s decision to purge some 70K users after Jan. 6 riots on Capitol Hill influenced his thinking.
A federal judge dismissed the suit last week, determining that attorneys failed to adequately argue that ABR violated antitrust rules.
The longtime Texas neuroradiologist replaces Arl Van Moore Jr., MD, who is retiring from the post this month.
The Veterans Health Administration is creating a LDCT lung cancer program, and recently gauged team members' readiness for the complex initiative.
While published stipends in the U.S. start at $49,547, when accounting for cost of living, pay can drop considerably, diving as low as $26,915.
Sales of the company's COVID-19 test—pushing quarterly income to more than $1.3B last year—have helped fuel its recent M&A spree.
Oftentimes, it’s primary care docs and epidemiologists quarterbacking imaging care, but two MDs believe rads should have a greater say in the process.
The Marlborough, Massachusetts-based imaging firm said the deal will allow it to offer a full suite of breast health services and expand sales in Europe.