Toshiba America Medical Systems

  • Pt 2:

    Pt 2: "See one, do one, teach one”: Changing our approach to post graduate medical training.

    Anthony Mancuso M.D. - Professor and Chairman of the Department of Radiology - University of Florida - College of Medicine | November 17, 2017


    “See one, Do one, Teach one.” Most everyone has heard this expression during some aspect of their medical education. Examined carefully it appears to be somewhat romantically attractive; perhaps as a cavalier or swashbuckling approach usually quoted during procedural training often by someone who, in reality, knows better. Hidden in the concept is a bit of unintentional cynicism that somehow medical training, whether it’s decision-making or procedural, can be approached simply and in the absence of demonstration of true mastery and competency. Most often, the concept is not true to the real training paradigm; however, it does reflect a potential attitude that most of our patients would find unacceptable. Read More
  • Switching EHRs becoming norm in healthcare

    Switching EHRs becoming norm in healthcare

    http://medicaleconomics.modernmedicine.com | October 25, 2017


    ​Love them or hate them, electronic health record (EHR) systems are a part of healthcare today. But that doesn’t mean physicians are always content with the first—or even second or third—system they select for their practice. According to Medical Economics’ 2017 EHR Report, 62% of all respondents have switched EHRs during their career. Read More
  • Understanding the connect between poverty, health and healthcare

    Understanding the connect between poverty, health and healthcare

    Ken Fisher, MD - http://medicaleconomics.modernmedicine.com | October 21, 2017


    ​Population health, as described by our federal government via the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), is a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being and not just the absence of sickness or frailty. The CDC has semi-quantitated these components: Read More
  • Confused about ACA and the federal health insurance exchange? Here are 6 things to know

    Confused about ACA and the federal health insurance exchange? Here are 6 things to know

    Dana Ferguson - http://www.argusleader.com | October 27, 2017


    ​Confusion and concern have become common themes in customer phone calls as South Dakotans begin shopping for health insurance on the federal exchange. Read More
  • Can Radiology Fix its PR Problem?

    Can Radiology Fix its PR Problem?

    Nisha Mehta, MD - http://www.radiologybusiness.com | October 20, 2017


    ​The other day, a nurse asked me if a radiologist had to go to medical school. I was a little taken aback and quickly answered—likely a bit too defensively—that, yes, radiologists are physicians and we have to undergo five to six years of residency and fellowship training after medical school, more than many other physicians. Read More