Teri Yates, ARA

Teri Yates, ARA

Axis Imaging News magazine and digital media brand is proud to welcome our newest editorial advisory board member, Teri Yates, founder and principal consultant of Accountable Radiology Advisors.

Yates brings more than 25 years of professional experience in the healthcare industry and 17 years as a senior manager in radiology to her role as an editorial advisor. Over the years, she has worked in the outpatient imaging, radiation oncology, hospital radiology, and physician practice spaces. Yates has spent the last several years working with hospitals and radiologists to achieve radiology care that is faster, safer and more effective. She is one of the country’s leading experts on radiology peer review and is a frequent presenter on the need for standardized performance assessment in radiology. Her areas of interest are hospital-physician alignment, quality improvement, risk management, compliance and just culture.

“Teri has been an invaluable resource to me as I plan the editorial content of our media brand,” said Marianne Matthews, Chief Editor of Axis Imaging News. “I’ve been fortunate to tap her knowledge on topics ranging from health policy to peer review to clinical decision support. I’m excited to work more closely with Teri in 2015.”

Axis Imaging News editorial advisory board members are tasked with helping to guide the brand’s content and vision, by providing feedback on articles, suggesting timely topics, and occasionally authoring articles.

“I’m honored to join the editorial advisory board for Axis Imaging News, a leading media brand in the diagnostic imaging field,” said Yates. “I look forward to joining an already strong team of advisors and writers in bringing the readership timely, valuable information to help with practice growth and better patient outcomes.”

About Axis Imaging News

Axis Imaging News is dedicated to helping radiologists, radiology administrators, and healthcare executives meet the increasingly complex economic challenges of providing quality imaging in both the inpatient and outpatient settings.