Rebecca Farrington[email protected]Practice ManagementTop 3 threats to independent radiology practicesAlthough many radiologists would prefer an independent practice model, that's not easy in today's market. Rebecca Farrington of Healthcare Administrative Partners discusses the biggest threats to a radiology practice's independence.October 20, 2022Practice ManagementWhen will programs and policies enacted during the pandemic end?The public health emergency related to the COVID-19 pandemic is scheduled to end on July 15, 2022. You will need to know what to expect. Rebecca Farrington of Healthcare Administrative Partners offers some advice.May 16, 2022EconomicsProvider relief fund reporting extensions are availableIs your radiology practice looking for an extension on the reporting requirements involved in receiving grants under the U.S. government's Provider Relief Funds program? If so, Rebecca Farrington of Healthcare Administrative Partners offers some guidance.April 25, 2022Practice ManagementRegulatory and payment issues that will impact radiology in 2022Keeping up with various healthcare rules and regulations from federal and state authorities can sometimes be overwhelming for a practice's management. Rebecca Farrington of Healthcare Administrative Partners outlines the most important regulatory issues to be aware of for 2022.December 1, 2021EconomicsMore pandemic relief is available from the HHS Provider Relief FundPhysicians and other healthcare providers were able to apply for additional grant funds from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) beginning on September 29, 2021. Rebecca Farrington of Healthcare Administrative Partners explains how to apply.October 6, 2021Practice ManagementIt's time to get started on Provider Relief Fund reportingDid your practice receive Provider Relief Fund assistance from the U.S. government as part of its COVID-19 pandemic relief effort? If so, it's now time to report on your receipt of those funds, according to Rebecca Farrington of Healthcare Administrative Partners.August 30, 2021Practice ManagementProvider Relief Fund reporting rules are releasedThe long-awaited guidance Provider Relief Fund reporting rules from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services was just released. Rebecca Farrington of Healthcare Administrative Partners explains what it means.July 5, 2021Practice ManagementRadiology groups can prepare now to implement the No Surprises ActThe No Surprises Act will become effective January 1, 2022. This is the first federal regulation protecting patients from receiving unexpected bills, and Rebecca Farrington of Healthcare Administrative Partners explains what it means for radiology practices.May 3, 2021Practice ManagementFederal programs to assist radiology practices during the pandemicAt around this time last year, we were beginning to learn about the various ways medical practices could make use of federal programs to help keep them afloat through the COVID-19 pandemic. One year later, Rebecca Farrington of Healthcare Administrative Partners offers a review.April 4, 2021Practice ManagementSmall practices have opportunity for additional provider reliefFrom February 24 to March 10, medical practices with fewer than 20 employees will have a preferential opportunity to obtain a loan under the Paycheck Protection Program. Rebecca Farrington from Healthcare Administrative Partners explains.February 28, 2021Page 1 of 5Next PageTop StoriesCTLR-M category tied to lower survival in HCC resection patientsNon-liver cancer-specific malignant lesions (LR-M) on CT or MRI are tied to lower overall survival in patients with solitary HCC undergoing resection.Artificial IntelligenceImaging AI yields opportunities, challenges in sustainabilityPractice ManagementRegulatory issues facing radiology groups in 2024Advanced VisualizationResearchers create new MRI brain extraction tool for neonatesSponsor ContentWe care about what you think.