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The research of Michael D. Ringler, M.D., primarily explores the development of new imaging techniques and evaluation of the utility of current radiologic exams and interventions, focusing on MRI and orthopedics. Additional areas of interest include radiologic characterization of rare diseases, health care informatics and education. Rapid improvement in patient care and quality of service is the primary goal, furthered by an emphasis on clinical research and mining of extant data for new evidence.
In this era of unsustainable health care expenditures, it is more important now than ever before to identify the particular diagnostic tests and interventions that have the greatest impact on health and well-being while curtailing their latent physical and financial costs. Dr. Ringler's research addresses both sides of this issue, seeking new, potentially useful diagnostic imaging exams, while also critically evaluating efficacy of existing techniques.
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