February 2, 2016 — February’s Journal of the American College of Radiology (JACR) provides clinical practice management insights — including the keys to successful business planning and ways to foster leadership development. This month’s journal also features a reprint supplement on computed tomography (CT) lung cancer screening.
Select articles not previously released online include:
An Organizational Perspective and a Team Approach: Keys to Successful Business Planning: A business plan communicates to you and your organization why and how you would like to direct key resources of money, time, personnel and space to complete a project and enhance the organization’s mission. Geoffrey D. Rubin, M.D., MBA
Quality Improvement and Leadership Development: Mindful engagement may help radiology in meeting leadership challenges during the shift to value-based care and may help fill the gap caused by loss of baby boomer leadership capacities. Nadja Kadom, M.D.; Paul Nagy, Ph.D.
What Radiology Can Learn From the Management Consulting Industry: Radiologists and radiology groups, as the management consultants of modern medicine, may draw several key insights from the management consulting industry. Alexander S. Misono, M.D., MBA; Anand M. Prabhakar, M.D.; Raymond W. Liu, M.D.; and Sanjay K. Shetty, M.D., MBA
CT Lung Cancer Screening: Reprints of articles published over the past several years provide a collective how-to of considerations for institutions that may initiate programs, based on the experiences of those who have done it already. The articles delve into the thought processes of experts as to what problems may confront radiologists in maintaining programs in the future.
For more information: www.jacr.org