The Nashville-based physician group first announced President and CEO Chris Holden’s departure on Feb. 5.
Oftentimes, clinicians know what their patients need, but the bureaucracy of healthcare and its drive toward profit can prevent them from doing so, experts say.
Democratic contests kicked off on Feb. 3 in Iowa, with balloting to follow later this month in New Hampshire and Nevada.
A record 686 corporations made the Human Rights Campaign's 2020 Corporate Equality Index, including several big names in imaging.
Gaston Radiology is the 28th provider to join with the Palmetto, Florida-headquartered coalition, adding 18 physicians into its fold.
Revitalizing the specialty will require humanism, compassion and empathy, writes Boston University School of Medicine's Priscilla Slanetz, MD.
“Too many bureaucratic tasks,” such as paperwork and charting, was the leading cause of burnout, according to the survey of more than 15,000 docs.
Determined to remain independent, Midstate Radiology Associates of Meriden, Connecticut, grew from 11 radiologists to more than 40 in less than five years. How did they pull it off—and what can like-minded groups do to follow suit?
The finding was part of a wide-ranging survey of doctors’ after-work habits across the U.S., gauging everything from automobile preference to pot and alcohol use.
A medical imaging nurse manager offers care teams four easy steps to begin addressing bullying in the workplace.
Many radiology business leaders are not approaching this issue with the seriousness it deserves, experts argue.
The Tokyo-based technology and imaging company has named Jack Hoppin as president of precision medicine, while Matthew Silva will serve as CEO of Invicro.