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September 2015

This week, we’re measuring the doctor-patient relationship, revealing invisible colleagues, and more.

How Do We Measure the Doctor-Patient Relationship?

“ In our current world of ingrained distrust and defensive measurements, we feel compelled to digitize, tabulate, rank and rate the doctor-patient relationship, just like we measure everything else.”

Invisible Colleagues

One physician describes an eye-opening experience with a colleague, patient, and friend at his hospital.
10 Questions with Bibb Allen, Jr, MD, FACR

“If we continue down the path that makes image interpretation the sole purpose of a radiologist, we will drive our specialty into commoditization where we can only provide value to the health system by driving down the cost of an interpretation.”

Lately from the ACR Bulletin

Happy Birthday, Medicare and Medicaid!

Fifty years after their inception, both programs continue to evolve with the shifting health care landscape. Where do radiologists fit in?

Bridging the Gender Gap in Radiology: Part 1

“Significantly reduced presence of women radiologists in these leadership roles may translate to fewer role models for prospective radiology trainees.”

Redesigning Patient Communication

Updates to Radiologyinfo.org make the site and content more user-friendly.

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