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Donald Bitto, MD

Associate Medical Director and Nuclear Medicine Clinical Chief, vRad. Nuclear Radiology Fellowship, University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Bitto joined vRad in 2011 and has also practiced in both private and academic practices. As a teleradiologist, he enjoys the breadth of cases he sees, and the professional growth gained by working with providers across the country. He especially appreciates that while providing additional opportunities to broaden his career vRad allows him greater control and flexibility in managing his work/life balance.

8 questions to ask yourself before deciding which radiology practice to join

High demand for imaging combined with a finite supply of board-certified physicians means radiologists can be selective about where and how they practice. Before you choose, examine your own goals and motivations—both personal and professional. Then, find a radiology practice whose culture and processes align with your career expectations and work/life balance needs.

Following are eight questions to ask yourself, along with a few considerations for each.