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Concurrent Coders

Concurrent Coders: On the Floor and Maintaining Contact By Gretchen Berry OF THE MULTITUDE OF soap operas set in hospitals, not one has ever featured a torrid romance between a doctor and a coder, a kidnapping plot hatched by a nurse and a coder,…

Asthma Bugs

Asthma Bugs Viruses, Bacteria and Microbes May Play a Role in Causing–and Preventing–Asthma in Children By Carrie L. Adkins When Nietzsche said, “That which does not kill us makes us stronger,” he was referring to threats more grandiose than viruses. But his maxim holds…

State Societies Hold Annual Meetings

State Societies Hold Annual Meetings Every radiologic science professional is working hard to earn mandatory continuing education credits. No time is better than the present to plan on attending your local state society meetings to meet your local colleagues and earn credits at the…

Pulmonary Rehabilitation

Pulmonary Rehabilitation It’s Not Just for Adults…Or Is It? By Kelly Noble Pulmonary rehabilitation programs have given adults with chronic respiratory illness the chance to perform daily tasks, such as doing the dishes and grocery shopping, on their own again. These adults who were…

Advances in Digital Mammography

Cover Story Advances in DIGITAL MAMMOGRAPHY Long-awaited clinical trials are now underway By Scott Hatfield Digital mammography is entering a new phase with recent technological advances, including a recent submission for 510k approval to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to market a full-field…

Charge Description Master

Charge Description Master Plays Vital Role in a Hospital’s Successful Survival By Arlene Trowbridge-Baril, MS, ART AS A CONSULTANT WHO PERFORMS NUMEROUS charge description master (CDM) projects, I always find different and interesting challenges in each facility I visit. One of the common things…

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