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The Path to Patient-Centered Radiology
Dec 14, 2015 - The specialty is on multiple tracks to implementing patient-centered care in radiology
 - Dawn Cram
Merge and University of Miami Health System Working Together to Gain Control of Imaging Across the Enterprise
Sponsored by: Merge, an IBM company
Dec 14, 2015 - Radiology and cardiology departments have long produced significant imaging volumes, but the volumes of imaging exams performed in other specialties are now easily surpassing that amount.
 - map quest
Outcomes Metrics: The Ultimate Quest for Quality in Radiology
Dec 14, 2015 - Radiological and patient outcomes are under review as the specialty strives to define, demonstrate and measure its value in patient care
 - legal_research
RSNA: 2 legal tips for rad practices facing hardball negotiations with hospitals
Dec 14, 2015 - CHICAGO—Every radiology practice in the midst of, or soon to face, tough contract negotiations with a hospital would do well to bone up on “excess benefit” sanctions and rule changes around no-cause contract termination. 
 - Exchange
Study: HIE reduces costs associated with repeat imaging
Dec 14, 2015 - Electronically sharing patient information can reduce costs associated with repeat imaging, according to a study published in December’s special issue of the Journal of the American College of Radiology
The Adoption and Benefits of Digital Pathology for Primary Diagnosis (w/ Q&A)
The Adoption and Benefits of Digital Pathology for Primary Diagnosis
Sponsored by: Sectra
Dec 14, 2015 - Dr. du Plessis of the Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust discusses how wider digital adoption will speed up reporting, provide greater intelligence, join-up care and allow pathologists to carry out their work much more efficiently.