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Dr. Joseph J. Busch

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Employment History

Education

  • M.D.
    University of Tennessee
  • MD
  • University of Tennessee
  • medical doctorate
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About Us | ImagingEconomics.com
www.imagingeconomics.com, 7 June 2002 [cached]
Joe Busch, MD
Hutcheson Medical Center
perfusn.htm
www.hutcheson.org, 2 May 2002 [cached]
Dr. Busch is a radiologist.He is the Director of Diagnostic Radiology Consultants and the Medical Director of The Imaging Center at Hutcheson.To reach Dr. Busch, call 858-2200.
Perfusion CT: A New Procedure to Help Victims of Stroke
by Joseph J. Busch, M.D.
RTMagazine Archive - Implementing Digital
www.medicalimagingmag.com, 8 Dec 2000 [cached]
"Originally, people thought that remote tables were just for walking/talking patients [for outpatient procedures]," says Joseph J. Busch, M.D., Hutcheson's chief of radiology."We use ours for pediatric, elderly and very sick patients, because these tables provide more access to the patient."
Busch prefers the digital remote configuration, because it permits angulation of the tube for gastrointestinal contrast studies, sinuses other fluoroscopic studies.He asserts that a major advantage to being able to angle the tube includes the ability to examine different anatomical positions, offering efficiencies in work completion.
"We showed that with this technology, we can get patients on and off the table faster, and get them in and out of the department with more comfort and higher precision," Busch adds.
Busch's comments bring to light one of the primary benefits to digital fluoroscopy.In a digital environment, the radiologist views images in real-time, which facilitates diagnostic and interventional evaluation.
"The bottom line is that with a remote DFR system we can do more work, faster, in less space, with fewer people," Busch explains.
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Dr. Joseph Busch had an outstanding vision to bring the best radiology practice to the Chattanooga and North Georgia areas as one of the founders of Diagnostic Radiology Consultants. He completed his undergraduate studies at University of Tennessee in Knoxville and earned his medical doctorate at acclaimed University of Tennessee in Memphis. He completed his internship at USPHS Hospital in New Orleans, where he was General Medical Officer, and Baptist Memorial Hospital in Memphis. Then Dr. Busch was called upon to serve his country for two years as a general medical officer in the USPHS at Merchant Marine facilities in the United States during the Vietnam War. Following this for two years served in a Tennessee National Guard M.A.S.H. unit. After his military service, he returned to the esteemed University of Tennessee in Memphis to finish his residency in Diagnostic Radiology and was honored as Chief Radiology Resident. He was in the first class to complete all diagnostic radiology residency.
He has immensely enjoyed traveling nationally and internationally speaking on the field of Diagnostic Radiology. He currently speaks internationally and nationally on diagnostic PET/CT. He was keynote speaker at the Stanford University Molecular Symposium in 2009. Through the years Dr. Busch has written several renowned publications and literatures. Dr. Busch has been a leading example by using his knowledge to serve the medical community in various organizations and associations including Chattanooga Regional Oncology Association, Clinical Advisor for A.P.S. Alliance and Sunhealth Alliance Imaging Advisory Committee. He has faithfully served DRC in such capacities as Medical Director of Diagnostic PET/CT of Chattanooga and Director of Diagnostic Imaging Center. He has three children, one of whom also practices with DRC, Dr. James Busch. He currently is involved in guidelines for imaging in the field of prostate cancer.
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