NORWALK, Conn., April 12, 2012
NORWALK, Conn., April 12, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --Â A majority of radiologists employed in private practices or imaging centers fear being acquired by a local hospital and being driven out of business, according to a survey conducted by UBM Medica's Diagnostic Imaging.
Diagnostic Imaging's survey asked radiologists about changes in practice structure and how they are affecting job security and compensation. Of the 256 respondents, about 40 percent were employed by a private practice or imaging center, 33 percent were hospital employees, and 23 percent were employed at an academic medical center.
The survey responses appeared to mirror current trends in the marketplace, as smaller practices merge or are becoming acquired. Healthcare reform and the creation of accountable care organizations promise to further shake up the employment landscape for radiologists.
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Last updated on: 12/04/2012 19:00:13