ACR Bulletin February 2019
Radiologists approaching retirement may have a sustainable role in a swiftly moving healthcare landscape.
When considering what the future of radiology will look like — maybe 10 years from now — you might have visions of AI commanding imaging practices. You may see women and minorities assuming top leadership positions. Perhaps you believe behemoth healthcare groups will continue swallowing up smaller practices. Your best guesses aside, one future change is certain — a significant, aging physician workforce
will give way to younger radiologists with different skill sets.
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