Cardiologists are ordering fewer imaging tests, report shows

02/9/2012 | MolecularImaging.net

Cardiologists in 2011 were ordering fewer imaging tests for patients than three years earlier, according to a report from IMV Medical Information Division. The trend may be driven by higher use of appropriateness criteria guidelines for cardiac imaging as well as stricter requirements for reimbursement, according to an IMV researcher.

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