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Radiologists are Reducing the Pain of Uncertainty

By Gina Kolata Dr. Jennifer Kemp, a Denver radiologist, is leading an effort to make radiologists more accessible to patients. When Dr. Jennifer Kemp’s husband got advanced rectal cancer, she got an unexpected patient’s-eye view of her profession. Her husband was having scans every three months, terrified each time that they might reveal bad news. […] Read More >

Interview on TV8’s Good Morning Vail

To further generate awareness and education about the early detection of breast cancer, Dr. Monique Fox was asked to share her thoughts on TV8's Good Morning Vail. Take a look!  

5280’s Top Doc List for 2014 is Out!

According to, “For more than two decades, 5280 has asked Denver-area physicians whom they would trust to treat themselves or a loved one.” This year, three of Diversified Radiology’s doctors made the cut; Dr. Sean Bryant (Neuroradiology), Dr. Jennifer Kemp (Diagnostic Radiology) and Dr. Craig Kornbluth (Diagnostic Radiology). We are proud to have you […] Read More >

One Specialty, Two Approaches

ACR and RSNA Programs Lead the way in Patient-Centered Care By Mary Henderson We've heard the clarion call: Health care's new economics require all providers to transition from volume-based to value-based care. For radiologists, that means shifting our practice paradigm from transactional to consultative and focusing on both interpretation and outcomes. It's imperative that radiologists […] Read More >

Strategic Radiology® Aligns with 3M

Strategic Radiology® Aligns with 3M to Offer Leading Edge Coding Solutions to SR Radiology Group Practices Strategic Radiology® (SR) announced today that the organization has signed a strategic group purchase agreement with 3M Health Information Systems to provide SR member groups streamlined access to 3M CodeRyte CodeAssist computer-assisted coding software and 3M CodeRyte CodeComplete, a […] Read More >

Mammography Revisited

Taken from Ask Dr. Jerome, the blog of Jerome Schroeder, M.D., Fellowship Trained Breast Imaging Radiologist at Diversified Radiology.   “Here we go again!” is what I thought when I saw the publication of the 25-year follow-up of the Canadian National Breast Screening Study in the British Medical Journal and its corresponding coverage in the New […] Read More >

Concussion controversy continues after AFC win

KUSA – The NFL concussion controversy is in the news again after Sunday's AFC Championship game. Broncos' cornerback Tony Carter left the field with concussion like symptoms in the second half of the game. It's just one in a series of concussions for the Broncos this season. Dr. Sean Bryant, neuroradiologist with Diversified Radiology talked […] Read More >

Primary Care Physicians Believe in Advanced Imagings Value

By Kate Madden Yee, staff writer January 15, 2014 — For all the beating that medical imaging has taken over the past decade, primary care physicians still value the contributions of advanced imaging technologies such as CT and MRI. In a recent survey, strong majorities agreed that imaging improves clinical decision-making and patient care.  […] Read More >

Behind the Scenes Action

We recently had a video crew come in and moderate a panel discussion with some of our radiologists.  The talk was about our current and upcoming quality initiatives, as well as the future of radiology. Here are some behind the scenes shots of the set-up and production.                   Our Panel […] Read More >

International Day of Radiology is Coming Up!

Did you remember?  November 8th is International Day of Radiology (IDoR)!  On this day in 1895, Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen discovered the existence of X-Rays, and changed the way we see the world forever.  This year’s IDoR is dedicated to creating greater awareness and education about lung disease.  Learn more about International Day of Radiology 2013 by […] Read More >