The Radiology Report Podcast

It’s never been a more exciting time to be a radiologist as technology is advancing rapidly, access to imaging is expanding, and patients rely on a high-quality interpretation to guide their care journey. At the same time, the field faces challenges: Recruiting and retaining radiology talent, keeping pace with rising imaging volumes, delivering consistent high quality care, and staying current with changes in technology. Join host Daniel Arnold as he talks with experts in radiology, technology, business, and education who are addressing the opportunities and challenges facing the imaging profession head on to ultimately improve practice and patient outcomes everywhere.

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Episodes

6 days ago

In this episode, Daniel Arnold sits down with Dr. Anish Kirpalani, a radiologist at Toronto Radiology. He discusses the challenges and strategies in radiology, such as the importance of building a strong brand and proactive recruitment. Dr. Kirpalani also shares his entrepreneurial experience co-founding My Health Center, which expanded significantly by focusing on quality and data-driven decisions. Additionally, he talks about his role in the Creative Destruction Lab (CDL), an accelerator program that mentors early-stage ventures. Dr. Kirpalani emphasizes the importance of mentorship and encourages aspiring radiologists to pursue the field, highlighting a bright future for radiology.
 
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Wednesday Jun 19, 2024

In this episode, Daniel Arnold sits down with Dr. Eric Ledermann
Dr. Ledermann is an MSK Radiologist, business builder, happiness dealer and a leader in Teleradiology. This episode discusses how pricing in radiology is influenced by factors like integration complexity and radiologist compensation. Dr. Ledermann highlights the challenges of maintaining sustainable practices amid government-set pricing and a market where some practices compete by undercutting prices.
The conversation explores the future landscape of Teleradiology, suggesting that a mix of smaller and larger practices may emerge. Dr. Ledermann emphasizes the importance of leadership and maintaining personal connections to ensure quality patient care. They also discuss the challenges of remote mentorship for new radiologists and the need for strong support structures.
Dr. Ledermann advises new graduates to carefully assess their readiness and the available support when entering the Teleradiology field. The episode concludes with reflections on the unique value Teleradiology offers and the need for high standards, noting that not all organizations may be suited for these services.
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Wednesday May 22, 2024

In this episode, Daniel Arnold sits down with Dr. Richard Duszak
Dr. Duszak is the Professor and Chair of the Department of Radiology at the University of Mississippi Medical Center and holds significant roles within the American College of Radiology, including Chair of the Commission for Leadership and Practice Development. 
He is an expert in radiology health policy and physician payment systems. Throughout his career, he has received numerous awards, including the Distinguished Investigator Award from the Academy for Radiology and Biomedical Imaging Research, and has been recognized as a fellow by several prestigious radiology and radiology management organizations. 
This episode discusses the role of Dr. Duszak, focusing on teaching, mentorship, clinical service, efficiency, and patient experience. It highlights challenges faced by Mississippi and initiatives like reducing wait times and hiring FTE. It also discusses research on increasing subspecialization and advice for residents and academic radiologists.
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Wednesday Mar 27, 2024

In this episode, Daniel Arnold sits down with Dr. Richard Seguritan, a Diagnostic and Body Interventional Radiologist and the current Practice President of RP Sol, Radiology Partners.
The conversation covers various aspects, including Dr. Seguritan’s decision to move from the northeast to a new city for leadership opportunities, the importance of nurturing a positive and collaborative ethos within radiology practices, and initiatives aimed at improving reporting efficiency and expanding resources.
Dr. Seguritan provides insights on the impact of AI in radiology, sharing examples of AI tools currently utilized in their practice. Additionally, he offers valuable advice for new radiologists entering the job market, emphasizing the significance of understanding practice culture and aligning personal values with professional goals.
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Wednesday Mar 13, 2024

In this episode, Daniel Arnold sits down with Dr. Suresh Mukherji. Dr. Mukherji currently holds academic appointments at numerous institutions, such as the University of Louisville and University of Illinois, and serves as a National Director of Head & Neck Radiology at Proscan Imaging. Dr. Mukherji is a devoted educator and is the Consulting Editor for both Neuroimaging Clinics and Magnetic Resonance Clinics of North America and Associate Editor for the Journal of Computer Assisted Tomography. Dr. Mukherji is also the Head & Neck Advisor for Medality.
The conversation covers Dr. Mukherji's unexpected entry into radiology, discussing his initial fascination with the field and the factors that led him to pursue a career in radiology. His passion for teaching and dedication to Head and Neck Imaging. We discuss the changes in technology over the years and how they have impacted the detection of pathology and enhanced the field of radiology. Diagnostic errors in Healthcare are also discussed, with a specific focus on the impact of diagnostic errors in head and neck radiology. 
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Wednesday Feb 28, 2024

In this episode, Daniel Arnold sits down with Dr. Kate Hanneman. Dr. Hanneman is an Associate Professor and Vice Chair of Research at the University of Toronto and a Clinician Scientist at the Toronto General Hospital Research Institute. She is Co-Chair of the Canadian Association of Radiologists Sustainability Working Group and Deputy Lead for Sustainability at the Joint Department of Medical Imaging and University Medical Imaging Toronto. She is an Associate Editor with Radiology, the Journal of Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance, and the Canadian Association of Radiologists Journal and leads an active research program focused on improving health outcomes for patients using cardiac imaging.  
 
Dr. Hanneman shares her journey from being a patient to becoming a radiologist, emphasizing the crucial role of mentorship in medical education. The discussion explores Dr. Hanneman’s current role in the Department of Medical Imaging at the University of Toronto and her unique position within the Canadian healthcare system. Dr. Hanneman discusses her dedication to cardiac imaging research, highlighting its interdisciplinary and collaborative nature. The episode also highlights the challenges and advantages of the Canadian healthcare system. Towards the end, the conversation shifts to Kate's involvement in sustainability efforts within radiology, addressing the environmental impact of the field. The podcast concludes with insights into the intersection of AI and sustainability in radiology, offering a glimpse into Kate Hanneman's professional journey and the fascinating world of cardiac imaging.
 
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Wednesday Feb 14, 2024

In this episode, Daniel Arnold sits down with Dianne Keen, a healthcare education and marketing specialist with over 25 years of experience in Radiology Practice Development. Dianne shares her unexpected entry into radiology and her pivotal role in promoting interventional radiology (IR) procedures. After serving as the Director of Practice Development & Strategic Initiatives at Radiology Partners, she takes on the role of Vice President of Strategy and Growth for Abbadox, a healthcare software provider specializing in Radiology workflow solutions.
Dianne emphasizes the importance of understanding the clinical side, building trust with referring physicians, and advocating for women's imaging. Dianne shares her experiences in scaling radiology programs, fostering relationships with gynecologists, and ensuring breast care programs are integral to the growing Cancer Institute.
Dianne also discusses her transition to Abbadox, highlighting the company's mission to improve the work lives of healthcare professionals through integrated workflow solutions. The conversation concludes with insights into the future of healthcare and radiology, emphasizing the need to adapt to technological advancements, streamline processes, and maintain a strong commitment to patient care.

Wednesday Jan 31, 2024

In this episode, Daniel Arnold sits down with Dr. Ben White, Neuroradiologist and Associate Program Director at Baylor University Medical Center.
Dr. White shares his remarkable journey into radiology and explores the challenges and opportunities in both academic and clinical settings. Dr. White dives into the impact of the radiologist shortage, debunking myths about AI and mid-level solutions, and revealing effective strategies to attract and retain top talent. 
Tune in for insights on the evolving landscape of teleradiology, the post-COVID state of student loans, and Dr. White's advice for residents navigating the complexities of their roles.
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Friday Dec 15, 2023

In this episode of The Radiology Report, Daniel Arnold sits down with John Stewart, MD, PhD - CEO of Scriptor Software.
Join us as we dive into Stewart's background, his entrepreneurial ventures, and the evolution of Scriptor Software.
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Friday Sep 22, 2023

In this episode of "The Radiology Report," Daniel Arnold sits down with Morris Panner, President of Intelerad Medical Systems, to explore his incredible journey from a career in the Department of Justice to becoming a prominent figure in the digital health and technology landscape.
Join us as we dive into Morris's background, his entrepreneurial ventures, the evolution of Ambra Health, and the exciting prospects that the merger with Intelerad brings to the radiology industry.
Learn more at https://medality.com/the-radiology-report-podcast

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About the Host

Daniel Arnold is the co-founder and CEO of MRI Online, the world's leading digital training platform for radiologists. As a devoted husband of a radiologist, Daniel quite literally found his love for radiology and witnessed many of the challenges facing the profession. Nearly all patients rely on high quality imaging and yet outcomes are so highly variable. Through his experience launching new education technology products at Google, Daniel knew that he could make a positive impact on outcomes by transforming the way radiologists learn and thrive.

  He holds an MBA from Harvard and a BS from Northwestern University.




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