Do you know your practice’s business strategy? Or, perhaps a more relevant question: Does your practice have a business strategy? 

On Dec. 17, Ohio Governor John R. Kasich announced that Amit Majmudar, MD, had been named the state’s first poet laureate. Majmudar writes fiction, poetry, and literary criticism. He is also a practicing radiologist, currently working for Radiology, Inc., in Columbus.

Three out of four radiology job postings are for private practices, according to a new study published by the Journal of the American College of Radiology.

According to a recent report from the American Society of Radiologic Technologists (ASRT), the number of students enrolled in radiography, radiation therapy, and nuclear medicine programs was up in 2015, with the most significant increase coming in nuclear medicine programs.

Following her presentation at RSNA, Beatriz E. Amendola, MD, founder of the Innovative Cancer Institute in South Miami, Fla., spoke with RadiologyBusiness.com about the experience of opening up a private practice.

The lack of women in diagnostic radiology residencies does not appear to be the result of any sort of discrimination or gender bias against women, at least according to a recent study of one school published in Academic Radiology. 

According to a recent study in Academic Radiology, supply in the radiology job market significantly outweighs demand, and residency positions should be reduced as a result.

The driver who struck and killed radiologist Kenneth E. Najarian, MD, in June has pleaded no contest to drunken driving, according to reporting by the Burlington Free Press. 

A total of 21 presentations scheduled for RSNA 2015 in Chicago fall under the conference’s “Leadership/Management” category. Attending each and every one would be impossible, but catching at least one a day? No sweat! Here’s one presentation you won’t want to miss for each day of RSNA 2015.

Did you know that we’re currently in the middle of another National Radiologic Technology Week? It’s time to celebrate! 

Demand for real-time imaging services has increased over time, leading to more and more radiologists working irregular hours. A recent article in the American Journal of Roentgenology examined ways hospitals and imaging centers can minimize the potential negative side effects after-hours work can have on radiologists.

Three influential radiologists have been recognized by the American College of Radiology (ACR) as recipients of the organization's 2016 Gold Medal awards.