Radiology misses out on physician salary increases August 28, 2019 -- Although overall physician pay increased in 2018, radiologists did not benefit from the trend, according to a new survey published August 27 by the American Medical Group Association.
Report: Radiologists have most interest in telemedicine July 17, 2019 -- Of all the physician specialties, radiologists have the most interest in telemedicine job positions, according to a new analysis of U.S. physician employment trends in telemedicine published by professional medical network Doximity.
Radiology ranks in top 10 for job searches July 10, 2019 -- Radiology ranks No. 6 in the top 10 most requested job searches by specialty, and its average salary is $387,000, up 4.3% compared with last year's $371,000, according to a new report published by physician search and recruiting firm Merritt Hawkins. Discuss
Radiologist salaries are in top 10 of medicine March 29, 2019 -- The average annual salary for radiologists was $429,000, putting imaging specialists among the top 10 medical specialties in the U.S. for compensation, according to new salary numbers published by Doximity.
Interventional radiologists pull down highest salaries March 19, 2019 -- What's not to like about interventional radiology? It's one of the newest medical specialties, and interventional radiologists in the U.S. pulled down higher salaries in 2018 compared with their colleagues in diagnostic radiology, according to the latest data from AuntMinnie.com's SalaryScan survey of medical imaging compensation. Discuss
The value of the CIIP: Part 1 -- Data integrity February 11, 2019 -- If utilized correctly, certified imaging informatics professionals (CIIPs) can be tremendously valuable to imaging practices. In the first of a new series of articles, CIIP Luke Bideaux shows how a CIIP's skills in ensuring data integrity can avoid major expenses and headaches for organizations. Discuss
Men greatly outnumber women in academic nuclear medicine January 21, 2019 -- The underrepresentation of women in academic diagnostic radiology has had a ripple effect in nuclear medicine, where men outnumber women by almost 6-to-1 in professorial and leadership positions in the U.S. and Canada, according to a study published in the January issue of the American Journal of Roentgenology. Discuss
What can rad onc residents expect in the job market? January 9, 2019 -- What can radiation oncology residents expect to find in the job market upon graduation? Much depends on whether they find employment in an academic setting or in private practice, according to research published online January 2 in the Journal of the American College of Radiology. Discuss