Joey Bargo, M.D.

Dr. Bargo has spent the last decade focused on the intersection of radiology, technology and reporting. In addition to membership on the American College of Radiology Committee on Practice Parameters and Technical Standards (where he helped write guidelines for structured radiology reporting), Dr. Bargo is a leader with both the Advanced Imaging Technology Task Force and the Executive Steering Committee for an implementation of a $650 million health information system for a large state-wide health care system. He also developed a structured radiology reporting program – consisting of hundreds of reports spanning multiple specialties – for a large academic organization. Dr. Bargo is a graduate of the University of Kentucky, where he received a medical degree and completed a Diagnostic Radiology Residency Program. As Chief Product Officer for Thynk Health, Dr. Bargo oversees daily operations, personnel management, project planning and program development – including developing and implementing clinically appropriate radiology reports and reporting features.

7 Features to Look for in Lung Cancer Screening Software

Lung cancer screening rates remain extremely low. In 2015, less than 4 percent of people eligible for lung cancer screening received it,according to a 2017 study published in JAMA Oncology and cited by the American Cancer Society. So how can providers discern the truly useful solutions? If you know the right features to look for, …

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5 Steps to Radiology Quality MIPS 2017 Success

MIPS OCDR Timeline

Step 1: Decide if you will report as an Individual or Group. QCDR participants are allowed to report a combination on non-MIPS and MIPS measures for successful MIPS participation. Consider up to six measures and activities you would report in order to meet the 2017 MIPS reporting requirements. Some potential high-priority and common outcome reported …

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