Facing the radiologist burnout challenge: Today’s realities and successful strategies

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Facing the radiologist burnout challenge

Our clients discuss how their organizations are proactively addressing provider burnout. The conversation explores the specific strategies they have deployed that streamline workflow, increase reporting efficiency, and optimize quality to improve clinician satisfaction and accelerate care delivery.

About the panelists

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Ben Gordon, MD

Interim Senior Medical Director, Imaging Services (System), Intermountain Healthcare

Dr. Benjamin Gordon is a board certified diagnostic radiologist at Intermountain Healthcare. He received his BS in Biochemistry at Brigham Young University and his medical degree at Wake Forest University, Bowman Grey School of Medicine. He completed his diagnostic radiology residency at University of Utah Medical Center and a fellowship in MRI at the University of California San Diego. He currently serves as Associate Medical Director for imaging services with an emphasis in imaging IT.

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Jonathan Messinger, MD

Medical Director of Imaging Informatics, Baptist Health System

Dr. Messinger is a partner with Radiology Associates of South Florida (RASF), working with the multiple hospitals and outpatient facilities within the Baptist Health South Florida System, while serving as the Chief of Radiology at South Miami Hospital. Dr. Messinger is the Medical Director of Imaging Informatics for RASF and for the Baptist Health System, representing Radiology on the Health System's Governance Council. In addition, Dr. Messinger is a Clinical Professor of Radiology within the Herbert Wertheim School of Medicine at Florida International University.

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Peter S. Wang, MD

Diagnostic Radiologist, Einstein Healthcare Network

Dr. Peter S. Wang is a board certified diagnostic radiologist at Einstein Healthcare Network. He received his BSE in Biomedical and Electrical Engineering at Duke University and his medical degree at New York Medical College. He completed his diagnostic radiology residency at Albert Einstein Medical Center and his abdominal imaging fellowship at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. He currently serves as the Director of Body MRI and CT, the Assistant Program Director of Radiology, and as a member of the Physician IT Decision Council.

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