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

Oculus Drift

When it comes to fatigue in the radiology reading room, the eyes have it.

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Are You Ready for Some Football? Maybe Not

Sports-related chronic traumatic encephalopathy presents a new challenge to radiology researchers hoping to identify this condition early in its course.

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Radiologist and Patients: The Full Continuum of Care

Radiologists participate in the full continuum of care for patients and thus have the opportunity to improve every phase of patient care.

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Why Aren't There More Women in Diagnostic Radiology?

Understanding why women choose other specialties over radiology can help us better address possible misperceptions.

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Deep Dish Pizza, Cubs, and Patient Engagement

At RSNA this year, enjoy local culinary classics, celebrate the hometown's baseball champs, and join the #JACR tweetchat.

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Information Technology: Increasingly Invisible and Absolutely Essential

Information technology projects are the new normal in radiology and beyond

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Imaging Equipment Pricing: How Much is That PET Scanner in the Window?

What goes into the pricing of that new high-end imaging equipment recently brought to market?

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Making it Easier for Physicians to Provide Patient-Centered Care

Doctors and patients should partner with each other on the path to patient-centered care and improved physician satisfaction.

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Your Relative’s Value Unit

Existing metrics don't measure what people value in the patient experience

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Creativity: The Radiologist as Author

The only thing that separates a story from paper or computer screen is one's right or left hand.

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Diagnosis: Interpretus Interruptus

Workflow disruptors can result in...Wait I gotta take this call...Uh, what was I just saying?

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Chargemasters and Markup Madness

Confusing secrecy in list prices and markups typify hospital charges.

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How Do You Measure a Year?

The JACR blog celebrates its first anniversary and looks forward to growth in its second year.

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Do Healthcare Outcomes Matter to Patient Satisfaction?

Assessing the influence of healthcare outcomes as compared to provider "patient friendliness" is difficult.

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Another Set of Eyes?

The incidental findings debate expands to radiation-treatment-planning studies.

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A Devilish Dilemma: Carrots or Sticks?

If your leadership decision has unintended negative consequences, how do you right the ship?

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’Roid (Not Quite) Rage: The Controversy Surrounding Pre-Medication for Contrast Reactions

Skepticism about the appropriateness of steroid premedication to prevent severe contrast reactions

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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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