A Practice Quality Improvement Project: Reducing Dose of Routine Chest CT Imaging in a Busy Clinical Practice - American Board of Medical Specialties

This retrospective medical record review reinforces previous research showing the value of participating in MOC part IV projects. The part IV project in this case is part of the American Board of Radiology MOC process. It allowed the reduction of the radiation dose used in CT imaging of the chest. This project not only benefitted patients but also provided for additional CMS reimbursement.

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