Although all critical access hospitals (CAHs) provide basic medical and radiographic imaging services, it remains unclear how
CAHs provide additional imaging services given relatively low patient volumes and high resource costs. The aim of this study was to
examine whether CAHs with more resources or access to resources through affiliation with larger systems are more likely to offer other
imaging services in their communities. Full Article
Khaliq, A.A., Deyo, D., and Duszak Jr, R. 2015. "The Impact of Hospital Characteristics on the Availability of Radiology Services at Critical Access Hospitals," Journal of the American College of Radiology, 12(12): 1351 - 1356.
This study determines if recent trends are related to temporal as well as national and statewide geographic variation in the U.S. radiologist and radiology resident workforce. Full Article
Rosenkrantz, A.B., Hughes, D.R., and Duszak Jr., R. 2016. "The U.S. Radiologist Workforce: An Analysis of Temporal and Geographic Variation by Using Large National Datasets," Radiology, 279(1): 175 - 184.
This study investigates patient satisfaction and provider transparency with online physician-rating websites, focusing on radiologist representation. Full Article
Gilbert, K., Hawkins, C.M., Hughes, D.R., Patel, K., Gogia, N., Sekhar, A., and Duszak Jr, R.. 2015. "Physician Rating Websites: Do Radiologists Have an Online Presence?," Journal of the American College of Radiology, 12(8): 867 - 871.
This study evaluates referring physicians’ perceptions of multimedia-enhanced radiology reporting (MERR)
as an alternative to traditional text-only radiology reporting. MERR supplements text-only reports by embedding user-friendly interactive
hyperlinks to key images and graphically plotting target lesion size longitudinally over time. Full Article
Sadigh, G., Hertweck, T., Kao, C., Wood, P., Hughes, D., Henry, T. S., & Duszak, R.. 2015. "Traditional Text-Only Versus Multimedia-Enhanced Radiology Reporting: Referring Physicians’ Perceptions of Value," Journal of the American College of Radiology, 12(5): 519 - 524.
November 14, 2014
Radiologists make up a small percentage of all physicians. View Infographic
November 7, 2014
HPI researchers propose a classification scheme that organizes repeat medical imaging into cohesive, clinically relevant categories for the research and clinical communities. Read More
The aim of this study is to assess the availability and scope of imaging services at critical access hospitals throughout the United States. Full Article
Khaliq, A., Nsiah, E., Bilal, N. H., Hughes, D. R., & Duszak, R.. 2014. "The Scope and Distribution of Imaging Services at Critical Access Hospitals," Journal of the American College of Radiology, 11(9): 857 - 862.