A tiny portion of the Protecting Access to Medicare Act of 2014 is likely to have more impact on radiology practice than any of the cutting edge research presented this week at RSNA 2014.
That is the view of Curtis Langlotz, M.D., a radiology professor and bioinformaticist at Stanford University Medical Center, who spoke at an RSNA panel on the future of federal health information technology incentive programs.
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