/ FEBRUARY 2017 THINKSTOCK 17 | ADVANCE FOR RADIOLOGY LiFE | PRACTICE MANAGEMENT P R A C T I C E M A N A G E M E N T When Radiologists and Physicians Disagree How do you know when to stand up for yourself? By Sarah Sutherland Healthcare professionals within the realm of radiology play a key role in identifying and treating a wide range of maladies. Still, they usually don’t form the same connection with patients that physicians and surgeons do. For the most part, radiologists don’t have much contact with patients aside from the imaging itself. While it’s up to these professionals to both conduct and interpret the scans, once those scans are sent back to the doctors who requested them, they’re essentially out of the radiologists’ hands.
Radiology Life • February 2017
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