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Positive Effects of Point-of-Care CT within an ENT Practice

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Point-of-care imaging in the otolaryngology practice has become an effective tool for thousands of physicians and their staff. The option for immediate diagnosis combined with the low radiation dose increase the level of patient care and can improve patient outcomes. The scanners are endorsed by the American Academy of Otolaryngology—Head & Neck Surgery and have an accreditation program approved by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS).

Over the past 10 years, the advancement and availability of medical imaging technology has allowed Otolaryngologists to enhance their management of sinonasal disorders. Apart from the clinical benefits, in-office imaging can have a positive monetary effect on practices through reimbursement, referrals, improved patient compliance and integration with other sinus-related procedures. For large and small practices alike, the return on investment is attractive—but what else does this technology have to offer?

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