The toll of burnout on healthcare is significant and associated with physician depression and medical errors. The objective of this study it to assess the prevalence and risk factors for burnout among neurointerventionalists. Full Article
Kyle M Fargen, Adam S Arthur, Thabele Leslie-Mazwi, Rebecca M Garner, Carol A Aschenbrenner, Stacey Q Wolfe, Sameer A Ansari, Guilherme Dabus, Alejandro Spiotta, Maxim Mokin, Italo Linfante, J Mocco, Joshua A Hirsch. 2019. "Survey Measures Burnout Among Neurointerventionalists," Journal of NeuroInterventional Surgery
The objective of the study was to assess temporal changes in the utilization of musculoskeletal extremity imaging in Medicare beneficiaries over a recent 20-year period (1994–2013). Full Article
Gyftopoulos, S., Harkey, P., Hemingway, J., Hughes, D.R., Rosenkrantz, A.B., Duszak, R. 2017. "Changing Musculoskeletal Extremity Imaging Utilization From 1994 Through 2013: A Medicare Beneficiary Perspective," American Journal of Roentgenology
The aim of this study was to evaluate patient satisfaction scores for interventional radiologists across the United States using a leading physician ratings website. Full Article
Obele, C., Duszak Jr, R., Hawkins, C.M., Rosenkrantz, A.B. 2017. "What Patients Think About Their Interventional Radiologists: Assessment Using a Leading Physician Ratings Website," Journal of the American College of Radiology, 14(5): 609 - 614.
This study assessed trends in publications in radiology journals designated as dealing with patient-centered care. Full Article
Rosenkrantz, A.B., and Rawson, J.V. 2017. "Trends in Publications in Radiology Journals Designated as Relating to Patient-Centered Care," Journal of the American College of Radiology, 14(5): 703 - 709.
This study assessed features of patient satisfaction scores for U.S. radiologists using a popular physician rating website. Full Article
Rosenkrantz, A.B., Ginocchio, L., and Duszak Jr, R. 2017. "How Satisfied Are Patients With Their Radiologists? Assessment Using a National Patient Ratings Website," American Journal of Roentgenology, 208(5)
January 23, 2017
There were more radiologists per 100,000 population in Massachusetts and Connecticut in 2013 than in any other state in the country. The national average also increased from 11.91 in 2012 to 12.29 in 2013. View Infographic
August 10, 2016
A new infographic demonstrates that only 14 states had >90% of their hospitals include access to mammography in 2014. View Infographic
The aim of this study was to quantify the association between health information exchange use and cost savings attributable to repeat imaging. Full Article
Hye-Young , J., Vest, JR., Unruh, MA., Kern, LM., and Kaushal, R. 2015. "Use of Health Information Exchange and Repeat Imaging Costs," Journal of the American College of Radiology, 12(12): 1364 - 1370.
This study aimed to characterize associations between availability of imaging services and intensity of teaching among US hospitals. Full Article
Rosenkrantz, A.B., Wang, W., Duszak, R. 2016. "The Ongoing Gap in Availability of Imaging Services at Teaching vs. Non-Teaching Hospitals Academic Radiology," Academic Radiology, 23(8): 1057 - 1063.