Radiology Career and Resource Center

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Radiologist Salary and Employment Statistics

The 2017 LocumTenens.com Radiologist Salary Survey annual report is now available! Results from the annual LocumTenens.com radiologist salary survey highlight annual average radiologist salaries. Respondent demographics including region of practice, board certification, and time frame for making next job change are also covered in detail in the full salary survey report.

The LocumTenens.com radiologist salary survey resource center provides more detailed salary information, including historical data from 2006 through our latest 2017 Radiologist Salary Survey.

3D imaging visualization promoting innovation

Source: ImagingBiz

Dr. Sanjay Prabhu, a neuroradiologist at Boston Children’s Hospital, has been an innovator in utilizing Sector MPR. He uses Sector MPR and its 3D images to overlay images on top of other images to see differences between them. Comparing the images allows him to show other doctors minor changes in tumor sizes that help them answer questions on how to proceed next when treating patients. He has used the images to make decisions to proceed with another round of chemotherapy for a brain tumor patient and even see if more surgery was needed for a patient that had already gone through one dysplasia- resection surgery to help treat the patient’s epilepsy.

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Helping radiologists with new radiology-pathology reporting program

Source: Radiology Business

Dr. William Moore, a New York University Langone Medical Center doctor revealed that radiologists greatly benefit when radiology and pathology reports are shared. Researchers used a program that paired up the reports based on organ systems. Radiologists were notified when the pathology report was sent to them and were able to come to more accurate results faster. The study tested 9,000 report pairings and 88 percent of the reports were correctly correlated. Researchers are confident that new programs like these could greatly benefit radiologists when it comes to reporting imaging results.

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