David C. Levin, MD

Contact Dr. Levin

132 South 10th Street
Suite 1090, Main Building
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 955-6271
(215) 923-1562 fax

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. After nearly a decade of rapid growth, use and complexity of imaging declined, 2008-14
  2. Utilization Trends in Noncardiac Thoracic Imaging, 2002-2014
  3. Recent Trends in Imaging Use in Hospital Settings: Implications for Future Planning
  4. The Effect of the Controversial US Preventive Services Task Force Recommendations on the Use of Screening Mammography
  5. Marketing a Radiology Practice
  6. Factors That Will Determine Future Utilization Trends in Diagnostic Imaging
  7. Recent Trends in Imaging for Suspected Coronary Artery Disease: What Is the Best Approach?
  8. Vascular Ultrasound and Noninvasive Physiological Testing for Peripheral Arterial Disease: Are These Tests Being Overused?
  9. Trends in outpatient MRI seem to reflect recent reimbursement cuts
  10. The 2014 RSNA annual oration in diagnostic radiology: Transitioning from volume-based to value-based practice - A meaningful goal for all radiologists or a meaningless platitude?
  11. Relative Roles of Radiologists and Other Physicians in Percutaneous Endovascular Neurointerventions
  12. Trends in use of percutaneous versus open surgical drainage of abdominal abscesses
  13. Have CT and MR angiography replaced catheter angiography in diagnosing peripheral arterial disease?
  14. The Shift in Outpatient Advanced Imaging from Private Offices to Hospital Facilities
  15. A large state medicaid outpatient advanced imaging utilization management program: Substantial savings without the need for denials
  16. The Choosing Wisely initiative of the American Board of Internal Medicine Foundation: What will its impact be on radiology practice?
  17. Reflections on principles of good leadership
  18. The Choosing Wisely initiative of the American Board of Internal Medicine Foundation: what will its impact be on radiology practice?
  19. Financial impact of medicare code bundling of CT of the abdomen and pelvis
  20. Continued growth in emergency department imaging is bucking the overall trends