Pathologic Quizzes

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Quiz Subject Area Title Skill Level*
# Questions Comment
General Quiz 001 Emergency, Emergency! B 5 Some important emergency diagnoses
Chest Quiz 101 Whiteout! B 5 Differentiating the major causes
of an opacified   hemithorax
Chest Quiz 102 Tough Starts A 5 Some important chest
diseases seen in an   infant
Abdomen Quiz 202 I’ll Drink to That B 5 Some common diagnoses
found on oral barium   studies
Abdomen Quiz 203 When the Bowel Breaks B 5 Some common diagnoses
found on rectal   barium studies
Abdomen Quiz 204 Abdominal   Calcifications B 5 Common calcifications in the abdomen
Abdomen Quiz 205 Air, Air Everywhere B 5 Causes of abnormal gas
inside and outside of   bowel
MSK Quiz 302 Name That Fracture-1 M 5 Eponyms of some of the more common
fractures and   dislocations
MSK Quiz 303 Hot   Joints! B-M 5 Some of the more common arthridities
MSK Quiz 305 My Aching Back A 5 Some causes of back pain




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    Collaboration nabs $8.4M grant to curb unnecessary medical imaging

    Altarum Institute and its partners, United Physicians (a physician organization of independent doctors practicing in Southeast Michigan) and the Detroit Medical Center Physician Hospital Organization, have been awarded $8.4 million from the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation to develop and employ a systemic model to reduce unnecessary medical imaging in Southeast Michigan.

    The three-year project will embed American College of Radiology clinical guidelines in the image ordering process, leverage health information exchange capabilities to increase awareness of past imaging results and use patient education campaigns to offset patient-induced demand for medically unnecessary imaging.

    According to Altarum Institute Vice President Dan Armijo, this effort in Southeast Michigan will give physicians the tools they need to better understand when imaging studies are truly needed. “We demand a lot of our physicians. We expect them to stay abreast of rapidly-evolving medical evidence and depend on them to address misinformation patients have obtained on their own. We also want them to take responsibility for the health of populations whose behaviors are outside of their control and to run their practices as efficient businesses. In essence, this project is about empowering physicians to provide better care, by making it a little easier to decide when to order an imaging study.”

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