Medical physics and the costs of noncompliance: What’s obvious and what hides beneath?

Medical physics and the costs of noncompliance: What’s obvious and what hides beneath?

November 12, 2019
Risk Management
From the November 2019 issue of HealthCare Business News magazine

Thomas J. Petrone, Ph.D., DABR
This “perfect storm” scenario has in fact happened in real life, and it did lead to all of the described reactions. What’s more, these reactions occurred across state lines, prompting a cascading effect not just within the institution or the region, but nationally. This level of regulation and scrutiny — echoing from that earlier instance of noncompliance — is still heard today.

About the author: Thomas J. Petrone, Ph.D., DABR is chief medical physicist and CEO of Petrone Associates

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