Fortunately (or unfortunately, depending on how you look at it), we now live in a tech-filled world that has made information easily accessible, and people can share information at lightning speed. In the medical field, electronic health records (EHR) have replaced paper records as a way to “modernize” the health care system.
With the Affordable Care Act in full swing, many consumers are surprised by the changes in coverage hidden in the fine print or couched in terms that are confusing. There are a lot of things to consider when choosing a policy. Even if you are covered, getting reimbursed can be challenging. Here are a few things to consider and some tips to get the most out of your coverage.
Radiology is a vast medical discipline that encompasses the extensive use of radiation based imaging techniques and healthcare systems to diagnose and treat diseases. The specialist who performs the imaging process and interprets the resultant data is known as a radiologist. This relevant interpretation is further sent to doctors and physicians for assisting them in their routine medical recommendations to patients. Radiologists will differ in terms of their expertise in handling a particular imaging technique.