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

To Screen or Not to Screen, That Is the Question

Join a conversation about why screening of asymptomatic patients for cancer remains contentious.

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Sidd Finch and the Hillman Fellowship

An experience that exceeds expectations is one worth applying for.

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Finding Support for Patients in Unexpected Places

The JACR shows leadership in patient-centered care by including patient advocates in its hackathon and on its Editorial Board.

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Recognize the Champions Among Us

Nominate a colleague who leads the way to appropriate care every day.

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So, You’re Shiny New Junior Faculty: Now What?

Transitioning from radiology trainee to newly-minted faculty member

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Shared Decision Making for Lung Cancer Screening

Hidden challenges can block patients' access to life-saving screening. How can physicians support their patients in making informed decisions about their care?

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MIPS Readiness: Radiology Leadership Tweet Chat

How are you preparing your team for the upcoming changes to radiology reimbursement?

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CT Radiation: How Low Should You Go?

What is the right amount of ionizing radiation needed to create diagnostic-quality medical images? 

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The Intern Year Before Radiology Residency: Valuable or Useless?

Academic radiology programs are discussing new (and possibly improved) ways for radiologists-to-be to gain clinical experience during their training years.

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Guest — Brian Donnelly, MD FACR
I recently retired after a 40 year career as a diagnostic radiologist in a busy hospital practice. I did a year of internal medici... Read More
Wednesday, 27 July 2016 16:44
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Glass Ceilings: Anyone Have a Sledgehammer Handy?

​Crack! That's the sound of progress. How many cracks will it take before the glass ceiling shatters?

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A Doctor’s Dilemma: Treating Family Members as Patients

Should we treat patients like our family — or treat our family like patients?

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Can no longer read a family member films and bill for it New rule
Monday, 27 June 2016 11:31
Guest — Julianna Czum MD
Thank you "msgelette@comcast.net" for reading JACR blog and for commenting on this post. JACR blog readers would greatly appreciat... Read More
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CT Colonography or Bust

Is CT colonography the future of colorectal cancer screening or is it a sinking ship?

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Scholarly Journals Versus Advertorials: The New Health Care Battlefront

The health care information patients read may have more to do with search engines than quality.

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Reinventing Access to Medical Journals

When the cause is noble, engaged people join forces to do good.

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When Is a Blogpost Not a Blogpost?

When it's a puzzle.

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Gatekeeping: A Radiology Firing Line Podcast

Changing health care delivery systems are shifting gatekeeping roles and risks in unexpected ways.

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The Role of Radiologists in the Patient Experience

Delivering resources so that radiologists can better connect with patients

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We Have a Winner

A look at the top JACR article according to a recent online poll.

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April Madness

Cast your votes for "the best of the best" of JACR articles.

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The Illusion of Diagnostic Imaging Choice

Due to confirmation bias, providers may overestimate the benefits of diagnostic imaging, especially of inappropriate and unnecessary studies.

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Guest — VIVAN Life Sciences
Hey it was good to read this post which is a great guide. Appreciate all these tips.
Friday, 07 April 2017 11:56
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