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Started by AIUM Jun 30, 2011.
A client of mine and PCP Physician is interested in a POC ultrasound machine but would like to discuss the billing and coding aspect of it it with another Physician who not only operates a POCUS but also bills for it themselves.
Very pleasant family medicine physician in TX.
Please let me know if you can help me, to help him, to better serve his patients.
Posted by Michael Markarian on May 24, 2018 at 4:31pm
I am hoping to shadow a sonographer at work in preparation for my application to a medical sonography program. I live in Durham, NC, but would be more than willing to travel to any location in or near the Triangle.
Do you have any local connections to HR…Continue
Posted by Erica Poole on June 8, 2015 at 2:05pm
I am aware that repaired probes could suffer from poor performance in the elevation plane, even though the probe passes the uniformity test. Elevational side lobes reduce the contrast in the image. I do not know how widespread is the use of such probes. Has anyone made a study looking across probes in the same department where many of the same type of probe are in use? If so, have you noticed any difference in the contrast?
Probe repairers may be unaware of such…
Posted by Philip Coulthard on September 11, 2014 at 8:21am