A new Harvey L. Neiman Health Policy Institute study found that between 2017 and 2019 the number of non-physician providers, such as nurse practitioners and physician assistants, employed by radiology-only practices increased 18%.
In response to an impending physician shortage—which could reach as high as 121,900 by 2032—and rising medical student debt, medical schools in the United States continue to develop and offer accelerated medical doctor (MD) programs, where learners can earn their medical degree in three years instead of four.
With the White House putting cancer prevention and early treatment squarely in the sights of its renewed Cancer Moonshot initiative, recent University of Michigan research offers insights that policymakers could use to ensure more cancers are diagnosed earlier and reduce inequalities.
The Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) announces that Hospital Metropolitano in Quito, Ecuador, will be the host location of a new Global Learning Center (GLC). This is the first GLC site in South America.
Artificial intelligence (AI)-based scheduling significantly improves physician engagement and reduces burnout by creating fair and flexible schedules that support work-life balance—even during the COVID-19 pandemic—according to new research.