I’m not saying that radiologists make it. There is nothing wrong with a radiologist, especially a radiologist who has gone through the years of doing a lot of “experiment” and trying to make decisions based on what they know. The fact is that radiologists are not a bunch of idiots, and that is a bad thing. The fact is, when you are in a hospital, you have to be in a lot of pain.
Although the game is great, it’s not great, and even the most experienced person can’t get enough of that.
A radiologist, a doctor, a surgeon, a dentist, an O.R. Physician, an Emergency Room Doctor, a P.A. Physician, and all the other things that you see on TV, they are not a bunch of idiots. They are not so much doctors as they are people who have a lot of medical training, and they have a lot of knowledge about different types of illnesses. They are in their field.
In general, if those people are paid a lot of money, they are in their field. They are trained and competent. But in reality, they are not doctors. They are, quite simply, not trained to make decisions about what is best for their patients.
Radiologists are medical doctors. We can train them to use new technologies to do things that are medically safe. We can train them to do things that are more difficult and dangerous and, if we have the funds, we can offer them the training. But we can’t train them to be better than the people who are really qualified to make the decisions that medical doctors are supposed to make. That’s why radiologists should be paid more.
We as Radiologists are in the best position to provide healthcare for our patients, and it should be our job to provide the best service for whoever has access to a given radiologic facility. This is why we should be paid more. But Radiologists should not be paid more than we are paid. Thats why we should be paid more.
Radiologists should be paid more to perform their job, but they should also be paid more to do what they do. Thats why they should be paid more.
In addition to the general problem of over-paying for healthcare, the current payment system is broken in a different way. Physicians are given a fixed salary, but not a rate. The only thing they can adjust is the number of radiologists they see. There is no incentive for a radiologist to do more than necessary. Radiologists should be paid a fixed rate to provide a level of service in a given facility, while still providing the best care for their patients.
With the current system, if a radiologist wants to see 20 patients instead, they can do that. They have no incentive to do more because they don’t have to. They can just stay at 20 patients, and they don’t have to see any more than that. We could also fix this by making the number of patients a factor when determining the salary. Instead of telling a doctor to see 20 patients, they could tell a doctor to see 4 or even 1.