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Health Services Research & Policy ■ Clinical Practice Management ■ Training & Education ■ Leadership
Health Services Research & Policy
■ Clinical Practice Management
■ Training & Education ■ Leadership

Radiology Firing line Episode 34: Team Building

  What can the clinical space learn from college basketball?

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Lessons in Fostering Change

  When balancing the viewpoints of diverse stakeholders, what lessons can we learn to foster change?

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Radiology Firing Line Episode 33: How Deep is Deep Learning?

  How much of radiology should be taken over by AI?

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From ICD-9 to ICD-10: How We Converted Coding in a Radiology Department

Learn how one department solved an age-old problem in radiology

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Radiology Firing Line Episode 32: Medicine and Law

  How did America become so litigious?

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eGFR-Based Screening for Group II GBCM is Optional

Financial Implications of Revised ACR Guidelines for Estimated Glomerular Filtration Rate Testing Before Contrast-Enhanced MRI

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Radiology Firing Line: Social influence in the Academic Space

  Can I tweet my way to an Academic Promotion?

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Radiology Firing Line: Leadership Succession

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Radiology Firing Line Podcast: Decision-Making

Are we overly concerned about making errors?

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And Then There Were Five

  Fifteen years after the publication of its first issue, JACR adds a new pillar to its masthead: Data Science.

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Radiology Firing Line Podcast: Risk Adjustment

  Do radiologists care for sicker-than-average patients?

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Failing to Communicate

Knowing that many referring physicians never read radiology reports may encourage radiologists to be more proactive in verbally communicating non-emergent but important clinical findings.


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Don’t Get Red-Carded: Two Phrases to Avoid in Research Manuscripts

Getting yellow-carded by journal referees is no fun either, but at least you'll stay in the publication game.  

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Helping Laypeople Understand Appropriate Medical Imaging

The first patient-friendly summary of the American College of Radiology Appropriateness Criteria was published online in JACR.

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Radiology Firing Line Podcast: Burnout

  "When radiologists feel the work they do doesn't matter, you can look for burn out to increase."

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Developing Empathy Takes More Than You Know

  What you don't know about your patients' experiences can be the missing ingredient for developing empathy.

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JACR Blog 2.0: Open for Business

 It's a new year and JACR raises the social media bar again, with an open call for blog post submissions.

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Radiology Family Feud: Brinkmanship to the Rescue

  When insurance companies pit radiologists against radiologists, Brinkmanship saves the day.

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Decreasing Uncertainty in Radiology Reports: Clairvoyance (or Artificial Intelligence) Required

  Radiologists shouldn't need a crystal ball to reduce uncertainty in their reports.

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Hurry Up and Wait: Patient Satisfaction Is Measured in Minutes

  Time spent waiting for health care services is time spent dissatisfied with those services.

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