Daniel Brown
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Practice building in interventional oncology.

Brown DB, Gould JE
Tech Vasc Interv Radiol. 2006 9 (3): 90-5

PMID: 17561210 · DOI:10.1053/j.tvir.2007.01.003

Interventional Oncology is an exciting area of Interventional Radiology that represents one of the most rapidly expanding areas in the specialty. These vascular and nonvascular procedures are similar to or identical to other procedures performed by Interventional Radiologists, making practice development feasible in both the academic and private sectors. In this article, practical methods to target and expand individual practices are addressed along with ways to use physician extenders to maximize efficiency in practice.

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Ambulatory Care Facilities Clinical Competence Health Care Costs Hospital-Physician Relations Humans Insurance, Health, Reimbursement Insurance Coverage Internet Interprofessional Relations Marketing of Health Services Medical Records Neoplasms Palliative Care Patient Selection Physician-Patient Relations Physician Assistants Radiation Oncology Radiography, Interventional Radiology, Interventional Radiotherapy Referral and Consultation Tomography, X-Ray Computed

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