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- Indian man carrying oxygen tank dies in MRI suite
A visit to see his mother-in-law in a state-run hospital in India turned tragic for an Indian man who was killed when an oxygen cylinder he was carrying pulled him into the bore of an MRI scanner.
- Why radiologists change jobs -- and what to do about it
The radiology job market has intensified over the past year, prompting many radiologists to look for greener pastures. Dan Corbett of Radiology Business Solutions offers several steps for groups to avoid the cost and stress of recruiting a new radiologist -- by retaining the ones you have.
- Report: Burnout is prevalent among U.S. physicians
A new report on burnout among physicians indicates that the condition is prevalent in the U.S., with more than 40% of doctors reporting feelings of burnout. Among medical specialties, radiologists reported burnout rates that were slightly higher than the average for all physicians.
- CMS to ease rules for MRI scans of implantable devices
Reimbursement could soon get a lot easier for MRI scans of patients with implantable cardiac devices. The U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) on January 11 proposed withdrawing its requirement that payments for these scans only be made when the scans are performed within a clinical study.
- Siemens Healthineers plans cost cuts to prepare for IPO
Gearing up for its upcoming initial public offering (IPO), Siemens Healthineers has announced plans to cut annual costs by 240 million euros ($293.9 million U.S.).
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