Advocacy: A Radiologist’s Role in Improving Access and Equity with Dr. Geraldine McGinty
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In this episode, Daniel Arnold sits down with Dr. Geraldine McGinty, renowned Professor of Radiology at Weill Cornell Medicine, physician leader, and former President of the American College of Radiology to discuss the vital role of advocacy in improving access and equity in radiology. 

Dr. McGinty shares how she came to find her calling in radiology, particularly in breast imaging, why she pursued an MBA, and how it shaped her interest in the economics around radiology. 

Daniel and Dr. McGinty also discuss the current state of radiology around advocacy, radiology reimbursements, population health, and the underrepresentation of women and minorities in the field. 


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