This article is the first in a two-part series about how radiology practices can derive superior business intelligence from their existing coding and payment data.
Thomas Pope, MD, a musculoskeletal MRI and breast-imaging specialist with Radisphere National Radiology Group (Beachwood, Ohio), began his career in subspecialty imaging before it was common for radiologists to
Health-care IT professionals are no strangers to the complexities that arise from managing ever-growing archives. One particular subset of the data stored across the enterprise, however, might be overlooked:
In recent years, interventional radiologists have had an easier time with the long-standing challenge of impressing their diagnostic colleagues with the intangible worth of a clinical interventional-radiology service. A
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