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This will be the first broadcast and introduction to PCCG, Inc. and its intentions to discuss today's new and and exsisting technology software trends, development, and use in the market of Radiology and TeleRadiology. Hosted by Christie Hentschl VP of PCCG, Inc.
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Philosopher Dr. Diana Hsieh will interview Dr. Paul Hsieh about "Radiology in Practice" on Thursday evening, 18 December 2014, at 6 pm PT / 7 MT / 8 CT / 9 ET on Philosophy in Action Radio.
Most people have seen cool medical imaging devices such as CT and MR scanners on TV shows. But what do those machines really do? Advanced medical imaging has revolutionized patient care in the past 25 years, allowing doctors to make diagnoses more accurately, quickly, and safely than ever before. Radiologist Paul Hsieh will discuss the basics of modern radiology (x-rays, MRI, ultrasound, and nuclear medicine), how these different tests work, what they show about the human body, and how they help doctors take better care of patients.
Dr. Paul Hsieh is a radiologist in practice in South Denver. He is the co-founder of Freedom and Individual Rights in Medicine (FIRM). He blogs offbeat tech news atGeekPress.
For more details about this episode, visit its archive page.
For more from Dr. Diana Hsieh on the application of rational principles to the challenges of real life, visit PhilosophyInAction.com.
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Viki Winterton interviews Robbi Hess!
Robbi is a journalist, pet blogger, copywriter and business owner who is also a three-year breast cancer “thriver.” Diagnosed three weeks before her 50th birthday, she briefly gave into fear and anger at the diagnosis and at the life-shattering, life-altering surgeries she faced.
Because she had so much to live for, she dove into researching the best general and plastic surgeons, radiology and medical oncologists and relied on her family, her faith and her online support group, The Booby Buddies, to travel the road ahead. She kept her business going and came out the other side with an appreciation for living in the moment.
She now speaks to groups about time management and conquering the overwhelm for business owners. She shares the lessons she’s learned with facing a devastating diagnosis, keeping a business running and doing it all in in a manner that now offers her an actual work/life balance.
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Dr. Larry Burk lets magic happen in his research on Breast Cancer and Warning Dreams published in a leading medical journal and the Huffington Post. His story begins in his hometown at the University of Pittsburgh where he did his medical school & radiology residency training. There he was fortunate enough to get in on the ground floor of MRI just as it began to flourish in 1985. After this very conventional beginning, he was unexpectedly launched into a multifaceted adventure into holistic healing in 1987. In 1993 he moved to Durham, home of his alma mater, Duke University, and the Rhine Research Center, formerly the Duke Parapsychology Laboratory where he took a job as section head of musculoskeletal radiology at Duke and also pursued parapsychology research in intuitive diagnosis, He eventually became a founding member of the American Board of Scientific Medical Intuition and Rhine board president for a year. Since then he wrote the book Let Magic Happen, had his research study involving 18 women whose Dreams Diagnosed Breast Cancer, published in a leading medical journal. and in the Huffington Post. Dr. Larry Burk is also a regular presenter at the International Association for the Study of Dreams.
His book is Let Magic Happen available here: http://www.amazon.com/Let-Magic-Happen-Adventures-Radiologist/dp/0985506105/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1340907929&sr=8-1&keywords=Let+Magic+happen
What are the key challenges in managing human resources in today’s workplace? What are the most common litigation issues when dealing with employees? Rachel Schaming offers answers to these questions and more in this episode, sponsored by CDW.
Rachel Schaming is Director of Human Resources and a Corporate Coach at Radiology Ltd. Schaming is a senior human resource professional with more than 30 years of proven success in leading people, processes, systems and cultures in innovative change initiatives. Her career includes human resource and organizational development positions at NASA/Houston, the Texas Medical Center/Houston, two New York City law ?rms and a technology company. Schaming is a Past President of ALA and a Fellow in the ABA Law Practice Management Section. Her coaching practice centers on taming abrasive leaders through a co-partnering process.
Host Kevin Hunter features guest Dr. Hasan Ozgur or the Longview Radiology Clinic on The Business Forum Show. Join them as they discuss competitive pricing against the hospitals. Medical school doesn't prepare someone to own a business, but by doing his homework and adapting to the technology and changes in his field, Dr. Ozgur the other doctor partners in Longview Radiology have found success.
From Dr. Hasan Ozgur -
Why the radiology field? Radiology has become an essential part of medical field with more physicians are relying upon it for correct diagnoses and treatment. It is a heavily technology based field with lots of advances being made year after year. It has been a very exciting journey for me to witness all these changes and be part of it.
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Dr. Pat Basu is a physician, entrepreneur, executive and public servant. In 2013 he helped launch Doctor On Demand, a service which enables patients to instantly video connect with a physician or psychologist from their phone, tablet or computer. He oversees nearly 1,400 doctors who can diagnose, treat and prescribe medications. The company has expanded cost-effective, convenient medical and mental health care for millions of Americans. Previously, Dr. Basu served as Chief Medical Officer and Chief Operating Officer of Virtual Radiologic – which he helped grow into the largest provider of radiology and largest telemedicine company in the world. In 2010, Dr. Basu took a leave from the Stanford University Faculty to serve his country as a White House Fellow. Considered America’s most prestigious and selective program for national leadership and public service, the White House Fellows’ roughly 400 alumni include Cabinet Secretaries, Senators, Generals, University leaders and CEOs. Dr. Basu continues to play a prominent leadership role in community and public service. He is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and serves on State Board of Health in Illinois. He serves on the Board of Directors for the University of Illinois Alumni Association and the Board of Governors for the Stanford Medical Alumni Association. Dr. Basu has served on the admissions committees at Stanford University School of Medicine and the University of Chicago’s School of Business. Dr. Basu graduated with Honors from the University of Chicago, where he received both his M.D. and his M.B.A. He studied Mechanical Engineering at the University of Illinois where he also graduated with Honors.
This FindaTopDoc Episode features Doctor Kathryn Pearson Peyton. Dr. Pearson currently practices Radiology, specifically focused on breast imaging. After witnessing the hardship of breast cancer diagnoses within her family, Dr. Pearson used her passion and knowledge to achieve medical advancements that would make the process of breast cancer detection more efficient. After attending Stanford University she did a radiology residency and Fellowship in Breast Imaging at UCSF Medical School. Dr. Pearson has practiced radiology for over 20 years in Jacksonville and San Francisco.
Due to Dr. Pearson’s passion, motivation, and intelligence, she founded a non-profit technology company in 2012 known as: Mammosphere, which improves breast cancer detection and reduces unnecessary additional imaging by providing electronic accessibility to prior comparison mammograms in hopes to tackle these alarming statistics. You can visit Mammosphere’s website at www.mammosphere.org.
Paul J. Fowler, RT, LRT began his x-ray career in 1978 after graduating, with high honors, from Albany Memorial Hospital School of Radiologic Technology. Shortly thereafter, Mr. Fowler founded Specialty Portable X-Ray, Inc. During the 35 year history, SPX has initiated many major changes in the portable x-ray industry. Innovating and adapting to new technologies as soon as they emerged has kept Specialty Portable x-ray at the forefront of the x-ray industry.
In 1990, Specialty Portable X-Ray was the first to design and offer mobile developing units
In 1993, Specialty Portable X-Ray was the first company to combine mobile film developing with teleradiology
In 2000, Speciality Portable X-Ray was the first portable x-ray provider to invest in and utilize CR (computer radiology)
In 2010, Specialty Portable X-Ray went 100% direct-digital capture taking advantage of the reliability and speed of the internet.
In 2011, Specialty Portable X-Ray began providing emergency exam results within minutes of completed exams.
In 2014, Specialty Portable X-Ray unveils its custom EHR (electronic health records) software
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