Stratifying your imaging technology? Think about your people -- part 2 February 22, 2016 -- As healthcare organizations consider stratifying their imaging technology, augmenting technical skill sets required to sustain a newly adopted platform can be overlooked. The success of a stratified environment depends on the people who support it. In part 2 of this series, healthcare recruiting firm Skinner and Associates offers advice on how to address resource challenges.
Stratifying your imaging technology? Think about your people January 26, 2016 -- As healthcare organizations consider stratifying their imaging technology, augmenting technical skill sets required to sustain a newly adopted platform can be easily overlooked. In this article, healthcare recruiting firm Skinner and Associates offers advice on how to proceed.
More women are publishing radiology research January 22, 2016 -- Over the past three decades, more female radiologists have been publishing original research in academic radiology journals, which may indicate that they are finding increased success in their careers, according to a new study in the American Journal of Roentgenology.
Geography may be key to balancing radiologist workforce October 29, 2015 -- Should the number of radiologist trainees be reduced to address an oversupply in the workforce? Not so fast, say the authors of a new paper in Radiology. They believe that correcting geographic imbalances could be a more effective strategy than a broad-based reduction in resident training spots.
Job market picks up -- but will you use that fellowship? August 27, 2015 -- The job market for radiologists in 2015 seems to be improving, according to the fourth annual workforce survey by the Commission on Human Resources at the American College of Radiology, published online in the Journal of the American College of Radiology. But those jobs won't necessarily utilize one's fellowship skills.
ASRT: Radiographers' vacancy rate on the rise August 12, 2015 -- After declining steadily since 2005, the vacancy rate for radiographers has increased slightly this year, according to a new survey by the American Society of Radiologic Technologists (ASRT).