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How we do it: Family leave at Rose Imaging Specialists, a large specialized breast imaging practice

      There is no private practice more uniquely positioned to address family leave than Rose Imaging Specialists (RIS). We are one of the nation's largest groups of specialized breast radiologists, operating in multiple cities throughout Texas, Ohio and Arizona. RIS is a rapidly growing female-powered (76%, 29 of 38) private practice, serving an almost entirely female patient population and supported by an almost entirely female staff. With great power, comes great responsibility. Trailblazing a new paradigm for not only paid family leave, but also earnest ongoing support of work life balance, is critical to attracting and retaining talent, avoiding burnout and increasing diversity [
      • Arleo E.K.
      Paid parental leave in radiology: the time is now – challenges, strategies and the business case for implementation.
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