In particular, the doc-certification nonprofit said it’s canning both diagnostic radiology and radioisotope safety testing slated for April 6 in Tucson, Arizona.

Making a serious mistake can be a crushing experience for physicians that’s only exacerbated if practices don’t have the right safety net in place, experts wrote March 2 in Academic Radiology

That’s according to a comprehensive new analysis of the listening landscape, published Wednesday in Insights Into Imaging. 

Numerous forces are combining to spike physicians' case loads, which could lead to low-quality care, errors and burnout. 

The investor-owned company is one of the nation's largest multispecialty, facility-based physician groups, leading a team of more than 900 radiologists.  

Experts from Singapore General Hospital recently detailed some of their lessons learned in a new editorial. 

A West Virginia radiologist can move forward with a lawsuit against his former practice, charging that he was shorted pension pay.

Researchers at two European imaging centers recently tested out this theory, with eye-opening results. 

We sought out a handful of radiology executives, directors and managers who started out as radiologic technologists. They share their stories, talk about radiology’s present challenges and offer tips for today’s techs hoping to become tomorrow’s leaders.

That’s one of the key takeaways from a new analysis of radiologist interaction in one large emergency department. 

Imaging physicians who are feeling worn out or depressed on the job prefer to hit the gym (most often in a Toyota) rather than a bottle or joint, according to a new survey.

University Radiology is donating the funds to Hackensack Meridian Health and its foundation, which will go toward construction of a $39 million new ED in Old Bridge, New Jersey.