Trainees in some specialties—including radiology—are significantly less diverse than in others, according to a new study featured in JAMA Internal Medicine.

It was Outliers author Malcolm Gladwell who popularized the concept that it takes roughly 10,000 hours to achieve mastery in a field. Success is about practice, diligence and time. But when it comes to transformation and change in business, healthcare and life, it isn’t time but attitude that matters most.

The nation's 100 largest private radiology practices bulk up, adding radiologists but shedding employees and imaging center assets as they grow

Snapshots from the RBMA Spring Summit, held in Las Vegas, Nevada, June 7-9, 2015 at Caesar's Palace.

Two-thirds of physicians are skeptical of giving patients access to their “entire medical record,” according to a new poll conducted by the physician social network SERMO.

The average salary for a radiologist is $351,000, according to Medscape's 2015 Physician Compensation Report, a 3% increase compared to its 2014 report

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Few would dispute the restorative power of unplugging from work, but only a scant 3 percent of CEOs across a range of industries report that they can completely disconnect during vacations.

The Senate confirmed Robert McDonald to head the Department of Veterans Affairs last week, just after congressional leaders put together a $17 billion funding bill to help reform the agency. 

He may have been preaching to the choir, but surgeon and thought leader Atul Gawande, MD, told a crowd at the Healthcare Financial Management Association’s annual meeting in Las Vegas that data and leadership from healthcare finance experts will have the biggest impact on improving the value of healthcare.

ACA has accelerated the rate of change in healthcare and payors are under the gun to make the transition from an industry in which the customer is a corporation to one in which consumers call the shots. Many current market leaders could be unseated, predicts a June report from McKinsey & Company.

Just 5 percent of hospital leaders are physicians, not nearly enough for a successful transition to value-based care, according to a white paper from the American College of Physician Executives.