New rules state radiology residents are graduating as board-eligible instead of board-certified. What does it all mean?
Deborah Abrams Kaplan
The radiology core exam has changed, find out here what’s different and how residents can prepare.
Pediatric imaging centers are becoming more kid friendly with elaborately decorated rooms and scanners. The result? Happy patients and potentially no sedation.
Social media can help a physician market their practice, build their brand, land a new job and more. Here's how.
While angioplasty is best known for cardiac patients, opening veins to allow for better blood flow could be good for multiple sclerosis (MS) patients as well, according to a new study.
The workload may be heavy, and the time short, but know this: patients want their radiology study results quickly, and many are happy to get those results directly from the radiologist, according to a new study, which brings up a new or shifting model of patient-centered radiology, where the radiologist is more visible in patient care.