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Katie Lozano, MD, FACR

Dr. Lozano is a career-long advocate for her profession in radiological and medical associations at local and national levels. She was recently President of the Colorado Medical Society, and currently serves on the American Medical Association Radiology Section Council Executive Committee. She is also Vice Chair of Doctors Care, a Denver clinic for the uninsured and underinsured, and served on the American College of Radiology Ethics Committee for over a decade. Following the advice of her grandfather, radiologist Dr. Peter E. Hiebert, Dr. Lozano strives to always see the patient behind the image.

Ironically, working from home I feel closer to my team than ever before

For me, the collegiality of the practice of radiology is a highlight of my daily work. When I first considered leaving a traditional practice for teleradiology, I was worried that working remotely would leave me feeling disconnected. In actuality, I’ve never felt more engaged in a supportive and interdependent team committed to delivering quality patient care.

Shedding light on the “Dark Side” of radiology

Some radiologists perceive teleradiology as the “Dark Side” of our profession. I may have counted myself among those skeptics, but I now see the light and am happy to share a place among the converts.