Radiology Business Management Association (RBMA)

The Radiology Business Management Association (RBMA) is an industry-leading organization comprised of more than 2,100 professionals focus on the business of radiology. The association supports diagnostic imaging, interventional radiology and radiation oncology providers across various practice settings. RBMA provides valuable information, education and practice-related resources.

AMA chart showing Medicare update payments compared to the cost of practice inflation between 2001-2024. The ongoing AMA PPI survey will be used top recalculate radiology practice expenses, but only 10 practices so far has submitted data that will impact all radiology practices.

Only 10 radiology practices completed survey used to adjust Medicare payments

The ACR shared its concerns about the lack of participation as the deadline approaches. 

May 31, 2024
Christina Negron, CPPM, CPC, CIRCC, RCC, CIC, revenue cycle manager, Radiology Associates of Venice and Englewood (RAVE), Florida, discusses revenue challenges and staffing issues in medical imaging during the Radiology Business Management Association (RBMA) 2024 meeting. #RBMA #RBMA24 #RBMA2024

Tackling the pressing issues in radiology revenue cycle management and staffing

Christina Negron, revenue cycle manager, Radiology Associates of Venice and Englewood, discusses possible solutions at the RBMA 2024 annual meeting.

April 25, 2024
Rebecca Farrington and Sandy Coffta explain different approaches to the main issues facing radiology during a presentation at RBMA 2024. #RBMA $RBMA24 #RBMA2024

Strategies to solve the toughest issues facing radiology practice management

Rebecca Farrington and Sandy Coffta from Healthcare Administrative Partners explain how to best tackle real-world issues radiology practices are facing.

April 23, 2024
 Raquel Roman, chair of the Radiology Business Management Association (RBMA) Young Professionals Committee, and director of growth at Essential Radiology, explains how the group mentors the next generation leaders..

RBMA Young Professionals group helps groom next radiology management leaders

Raquel Roman, chair of the Radiology Business Management Association (RBMA) Young Professionals Committee, and director of growth at Essential Radiology, explains how the group mentors the next generation leaders.

April 22, 2024
Dave Walker explains how AI is helping improve the revenue cycle in radiology. #RBMA #RBMA24 #RBMA2024

Use of AI in radiology revenue cycle management

Dave Walker, senior director of revenue cycle, Radiology Associates of North Texas, explains how his practice uses artificial intelligence for revenue cycle management during the Radiology Business Management Association (RBMA) 2024 meeting.

April 22, 2024
Radiology Business Management Association (RBMA) President Christopher (Kit) Crancer, senior vice president of radiology and public policy partnerships, and executive director of the Rayus Quality Institute, explains the highlights from the 2024 RBMA meeting.

Highlights from RBMA's 2024 PaRADigm annual meeting in Las Vegas

Radiology Business Management Association (RBMA) President Christopher Crancer shared some early highlights from the group's 2024 PaRADigm annual meeting in Las Vegas. "We have a very engaged membership," he said. 

April 16, 2024
Linda Wilgus and Jessica Struve RBMA

Radiology Business Management Association names 2 new leaders to replace retiring Bob Still

Longtime staffer Jessica Struve and association member Linda Wilgus will serve as co-executive directors under a new shared leadership structure. 

April 15, 2024
Video interview with Radiology Business Management Association (RBMA) President Kit Crancer, and executive director of the Rayus Quality Institute, where he said the lack of federal policy on insurance coverage for diagnostic breast exams as opposed to screening exams

State legislation addresses gaps in breast imaging coverage, ensures affordable diagnostic exams

RBMA President Kit Crancer said a lack of federal policy has driven 20 states to adopt laws requiring that insurance cover the costs. 

January 11, 2024

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