After multiple years of delays the wait is finally over – well almost. January 1, 2020 ushered in the testing period of a program that been the topic of discussion for many years.
By Kelly Pray It’s the dreaded question outside the office that subsequently always has a well-versed answer. “What do you do for a living?” Most of us give out a job title, followed by the organization we work for. If it’s not explicit in our title, we can expand on...
This is the third in a four-part series on conflict resolution. In this column I’ll go over the five steps for resolving conflict. I call this method the Relationship Ladder, and it works wonderfully – if the five steps are done in order.
There continues to be great interest in enterprise imaging (EI). We saw an emphasis related to sessions, roundtables, vendor narratives and provider interest at Society for Imaging Informatics in Medicine (SIIM) just a few months back.
I am not saying that imaging artificial intelligence can insert a catheter or place an empathetic hand on a patient and say, “You have cancer and I am here to help guild you through this journey.” I am saying radiologists and health care organizations that embrace artificial intelligence will replace those that do not.
Director’s Cut will be a monthly column discussing concerns in the imaging industry from my perspective as an imaging director.
One way to minimize those fears and maximize our understanding of others is by practicing good listening skills, so that’s what we’ll cover this month.
By Tim Hopkins Most of our decisions in life are made in an instant, and many big ones are based on first impressions until we dig deeper. In the recruiting industry, I have seen first-hand just how much first impressions count when it comes to securing a new job....