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John J.  Cronan, MD
The Present State of Diagnostic Ultrasound - A View From 10,000 Feet
John J. Cronan, MD
06/02/2014 | Time : 18 min
About This Lecture:

The speaker discusses the perfect storm that is impacting the future of ultrasound. Discuss the current environment in the radiology field. Discuss the impact that the AMA Policy Statement 2004 had on radiology departments.

Topics mentioned in this video : Title, Disclosures, Everyone thinks they can perform US, Cited literature, Today’s environment, AMA policy statement 2004, The AMA is not your friend?, With a shortage of radiologist with decreasing reimbursement and the increased demand for services, Radiologist cannot do everything, RVUs determine profitability in our 5 outpt office, Vendor consolidation, US – an assessment, Factors influencing US, Fusion of imaging into other specialties, Turf, The perfect storm, Radiology malaise, Compact US is our Trojan horse, Compact ultrasound, Jeff Ludd and destruction of the machine, US is an extension of the physical exam – the stethoscope of the future, Ultrasound is primarily office based, US, The future of US

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Keywords : AMA, American Medical Association, compact ultrasound, Jeff Ludd, Luddism, Luddite, reimbursement, relative value units, RVU, sonographer, stethoscope of the future, Ultrasound

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