Interventional Oncology in Private Practice (Part 1)
with Dr. Justin Lee and Dr. Christopher Beck
Interventional Radiologist Justin Lee tells us how he started from scratch in growing a robust Interventional Oncology program in private practice, including pitfalls to avoid. This is part one of a two part series.
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In this Episode
Dr. Justin Lee is a practicing interventional radiologist at Radiology Associates of Florida in Tampa, FL.
Host Dr. Chris Beck is a practicing interventional radiologist with Regional Radiology Group in New Orleans.
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In this episode, Dr. Justin Lee joins Dr. Christopher Beck to discuss interventional oncology in private practice. We talk about challenges that come with developing a private practice, the transition from academics to community hospitals, and how to be comfortable speaking the language of oncologists.
Dr. Lee emphasizes why it is important to come out of a fellowship knowing the latest information in the field, and we cover some important details regarding scheduling oncology patients.
We discuss ways to build physician-physician relationships when it comes to referrals and why it is important to remember that not everyone knows what an interventional radiologist is or the services they might offer. Dr. Lee mentions how he made adjustments at his private practice to maintaining a healthy conversation between diagnostic and interventional radiology.
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