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Steadily declining mammography screening rates have hit a historic low, new data show

Radiology Business

The proportion of women undergoing breast cancer imaging has dropped significantly from the historic peak seen between 2007 and 2010.

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Few ‘surprise’ patient bills are from radiologists, study finds

AuntMinnie

Out-of-network billing by radiologists – often referred to as “surprise billing” – dropped significantly beginning in 2007 and imaging claims are now almost completely in network, according to a recent study. in 2007 to 1.1% in 2007 to 1.1% in 2007 to 1.0% in 2007 to 1.0% in 2007 to 0.8% in 2021 to 0.8%

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Susan Wall, MD, Teaches 25th Speaker Training Course!

UCSF Biomedical Imaging

Since 2007, Dr. Wall has worked on 2 years of course development, co-instructed 100 course meetings over 15 years, and engaged with 97 participants, all with exponential impact! Susan Wall, MD, completed her 25th and final Speaker Training Course on Monday, July 8.

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Only 1% of Radiologist Claims were Out of Network in 2021

Imaging Technology

This Journal of the American College of Radiology study was based on 80 million commercial radiology claims (2007-2021) for individuals covered by a large commercial payer. “The The overall radiology OON rate decreased from one in eight claims in 2007 to only one in ninety claims. and for claims associated with ED visits—3.9%

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Radiologists were already nearly 99% in-network before the No Surprises Act took effect

Radiology Business

The specialty has approved upon its out-of-network rate since 2007, falling from nearly 13% down to 1% as of 2021, experts wrote in JACR.

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Contemporary Management of Blunt Liver Trauma: An Analysis of the Trauma Quality Improvement Program Registry (2007-19)

JVIR

To evaluate the effectiveness of management strategies for blunt liver injuries in adult patients.

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CTPA rates increase among pregnant women

AuntMinnie

underwent lung scintigraphy between 2007 and 2016. advanced imaging studies per year (p An average increase of 0.08 (p A decrease of 0.004 (p = 0.009) in advanced imaging positive for PE, from 3% in 2007 to 0% in 2016. Of these, 92.5% underwent CTPA and 7.5% The group also found the following: An average increase of 5.2