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Intriguing links from around the web


This week we’re reading about how to stop a nuclear meltdown (and how that relates to radiology) and finding time to connect with patients.

Five Lessons Healthcare Leaders Are Learning From an Unlikely Source: Nuclear Power

In an industry where small mistakes can lead to far-reaching disasters, safety is king. What can health care learn from the people working to keep nuclear power plants safe?

How to End Your Week on a Positive Note

A quick 3-step routine can help you close your week on a high note and start the next week with a plan.

The Doctor’s New Dilemma

A physician wonders how to balance making real connections with patients against the growing demands on physicians’ time.

Lately from the ACR Bulletin

The Perfect Radiology Report

For the greatest impact on patient care, radiologists must write clear and concise reports.

Meaningful Use to Undergo Changes

CMS is ready to revamp the MU program. What does this mean for radiologists?

What Is the ACR Doing About MACRA, MIPS, and APMs?

A Resident’s View

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