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Radiology Noninterpretive Skills: The Requisites, 1st Edition
Part of the highly respected Requisites series, Radiology Noninterpretive Skills, by Drs. Hani H. Abujudeh and Michael A. Bruno, is a single-volume source of timely information on all of the non-imaging aspects of radiology such as quality and safety, ethics and professionalism, and error management in radiology. Residents and radiologists preparing for the boards and recertification will find this book invaluable, as well as those practitioners wanting to broaden their knowledge and skills in this increasingly important area.
- Offers a readable and concise introduction to the essential noninterpretive skills as defined by the IOM, ACR, and other national organizations.
- Covers what you need to know about quality and safety; leadership and management; health economics; legal, business, ethics and professionalism; statistical tools; error reporting and prevention; evidence-based imaging; health IT and internet applications; "Image Wisely" and "Imaging 3.0" ACR initiatives; legal issues and malpractice; current and future payment models in radiology; and much more.
- Summarizes key information with numerous outlines, tables, ''pearls,'' and boxed material for easy reference.
- Provides comprehensive coverage of key "milestones" in training identified by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME).
- Fills an important gap for those preparing for the current MOC and ABR exams, covering the many topics touched upon in a major section of the examinations.
- Brings together in one source the experience of leading national experts and a select team of expert contributors.
- Expert Consult™ eBook version included with purchase. This enhanced eBook experience allows you to search all of the text, figures, Q&As, and references from the book on a variety of devices.
By Hani H Abujudeh, MD, MBA, FSIR, FACR, Chairman of Radiology, Cooper University Hospital, Cooper Medical School of Rowan Unviersity, Camden, New Jersey and Michael A. Bruno, MD, Director of Quality and Safety; Associate Professor of Radiology and Medicine, Department of Radiology, Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine, Hershey, Pennsylvania
|Autor||Hani H Abujudeh & Michael A. Bruno|
|Data de publicação||07/2017|