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This week, we’re reading about facilitating communication with team members, asking the right questions, and more.

The Three Habits of the Most Trustworthy People in Your Office
Practicing trust in your department can yield surprising results.

Ask Patients How They Feel, Along with How They are Feeling

"Do we ever think to consider a different question: How do patients feel?"

What Doctors Aren’t Learning in Medical School and Why It Matters
“In other words, most students, residents and graduating physicians felt unprepared in the important people skills of building a business, running a practice and communicating with their colleagues—never mind relating to actual patients.”

Lately from the ACR Bulletin

What’s Next for the Commission on Economics

The College is charting a course for success in a changing world of reimbursement and incentives.

The Crème de la Crème of Case in Point

Discover the Case in Point community’s favorite cases.

Increasing Numbers for the Match

Radiologists across the country were surprised to see 13.7 percent of diagnostic radiology residency positions go unfilled in the 2015 match, despite the specialty having one of the most competitive residency tracks in the United States for many years.

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