Coincides with a Move to Nashville and New Brand Onsite Women’s Health, a leading national provider of breast health services, announced today that Brian Marger has been named chief executive officer commensurate with a relocation of its headquarters from Westfield,...
The earlier breast cancer is detected, the better: smaller, earlier-stage cancers have markedly better survival rates, and allow for less invasive treatments. According to the American Cancer Society, five-year survival rates are 99% for a localized disease and 86%...
Transitioning from being a radiologic technologist to a radiology manager can be a challenging but rewarding experience. However, before deciding to apply for a manager position, a technologist should understand the expectations of the job and should evaluate whether they are suitable for the position.
Much progress has been made in breast cancer screening. Today’s 3D mammography technology provides more detailed images so there are fewer false positives. In fact, just 10% of individuals are now asked to return for additional testing. Of those that return, only...
Founded in 2010 by Dr. Jennifer Orr, GirlTalk & Gynecology in Morehead City, North Carolina, provides women of all ages with personalized, compassionate care. The success of this practice is evident in that they see nearly 12,000 patients annually. [pdf-embedder...
How Implementing Mammography in the Practice Helped Improve Early Detection and Enhance the Patient Experience
Associates for Women’s Medicine, PLLC, (AWM) located in Syracuse, New York is one of the largest OB/GYN private practices in the city with multiple locations. We have provided generations of compassionate care to the women of Central New York for over 3 decades....
A primary care practice located just outside of Oklahoma City has been caring for families in central Oklahoma for more than 40 years. The practice’s physicians are on staff at many of the major hospitals in the area and have great relationships with specialists...
One in every eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer during her lifetime, and the vast majority have no family history of the disease. Screening mammograms are key to early detection and survival rates. So why is compliance so low?