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Vijay M. Rao, MD, FACR

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132 South 10th Street
Suite 1087, Main Building
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 955-4804
(215) 955-6751 fax

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Trends in Outpatient MRI Seem to Reflect Recent Reimbursement Cuts
  2. The Choosing Wisely initiative of the American Board of Internal Medicine Foundation: What will its impact be on radiology practice?
  3. Continued growth in emergency department imaging is bucking the overall trends
  4. Analysis of radiologists' imaging workload trends by place of service
  5. Ensuring the future of radiology: How to respond to the threats
  6. The recent reversal of the growth trend in MRI: A harbinger of the future?
  7. The declining radiology job market: How should radiologists respond?
  8. Recent reimbursement changes and their effect on hospital and private office use of myocardial perfusion imaging
  9. The recent downturn in utilization of CT: The start of a new trend?
  10. The overuse of diagnostic imaging and the choosing wisely initiative
  11. Radiology report comparator: A novel method to augment resident education
  12. Dramatically increased musculoskeletal ultrasound utilization from 2000 to 2009, especially by podiatrists in private offices
  13. Trends in the utilization of outpatient advanced imaging after the deficit reduction act
  14. Who collects professional fees for neuroradiology interpretation, radiologists or nonradiologists?
  15. Percutaneous needle vs surgical breast biopsy: Previous allegations of overuse of surgery are in error
  16. The sharp reductions in medicare payments for noninvasive diagnostic imaging in recent years: Will they satisfy the federal policymakers?
  17. The effect of self-referral on utilization of advanced diagnostic imaging
  18. The lack of growth in use of coronary CT angiography: Is it being appropriately used?
  19. Medicare payments for noninvasive diagnostic imaging are now higher to nonradiologist physicians than to radiologists
  20. Putting the light (not the heat) back into radiology morbidity and mortality conferences