Why radiologists should make their practice more personal
When it comes to visibility, radiologists, in many cases, are out of sight. They often receive and interpret images from afar, leaving a patient’s referring physician or specialist to disclose the findings—and, using the information supplied, answer questions about the diagnosis. Such distance, bolstered by the ease and ability of technology, can have consequences, according to a team of University of Michigan Medical School researchers.
Resource: Medical Xpress