Jeremy Miller Discusses Joint Ventures in Imaging
Medical groups are looking at imaging services as a source of much-needed revenue. But they often lack the patient volume to justify purchasing expensive imaging equipment such as magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), computerized tomography (CT), nuclear cameras and positron emission tomography (PET). Consequently, many practices seek partnerships with other groups, hospitals and imaging companies to gain access to the technology and generate revenue. This article discusses the latest models for imaging joint ventures and the compliance obstacles medical groups will face.
Read more about the latest model: Scanning for Dollars- Joint Ventures in Imaging MGMA Connexion, April 2003