Bhavik Patel, MD, MBA

Dr. Bhavik Patel is currently an Assistant Professor of Radiology in the Division of Abdominal Imaging at Duke University. He carried out his undergraduate training at the University of Alabama followed by medical training at UAB School of Medicine. He completed a surgery internship at Harvard’s Brigham & Women’s Hospital before returning to UAB to complete his residency in Diagnostic Radiology where he also served as a Chief Resident. He completed his fellowship in Abdominal Imaging at Stanford University prior to joining Duke. As a junior faculty, Dr. Patel invested in further education by pursuing a Masters of Business Administration from UCLA’s Anderson School of Management.

Dr. Patel’s research interest focus on imaging of pancreatic adenocarcinoma and dual energy CT applications in abdominal imaging. Additionally, he has a strong interest in the economics of health care, ranging from value based care under APMs, new valuation models, and organizational change. He has and currently works on projects related to these areas of interests. He has presented on these topics at major national meetings, including RSNA, SAR, and SCBT-MR as well as published these topics in peer-reviewed journals. He currently serves on multiple administrative committees within his department and at the health system level.

2017 Presentations & Workshops 

MECT Utilization & Protocols
Saturday | 10:45-11:00
Multi-Energy Pre-Symposium Workshop

Renal Stones & Masses
Saturday | 11:30-11:45
Multi-Energy Pre-Symposium Workshop

Panel Discussion: How To Start A MECT Practice
Saturday | 16:30-17:00
Multi-Energy Pre-Symposium Workshop

Use Of Multi-Energy CT & Low kV Imaging To Minimize Iodinated Contrast Dose
Sunday | 13:50-14:00
Track 1 | Cutting Edge Mini-Symposia

Approaches To IV Contrast Media Delivery
Sunday | 14:10-14:20
Track 1 | Cutting Edge Mini-Symposia

Focal Liver Lesions
Monday | 14:30-15:00
Track 3 | Readout With The Professor

Debate: Is Referral Of Repeat Abdominal CT Exams To MRI Better For The Patient?
Tuesday | 14:50-15:10
Track 1 | Cutting Edge Mini-Symposia

Image Processing & Quantification
Wednesday | 10:20-10:30
Track 1 | Cutting Edge Mini-Symposia

Assistant Professor of Radiology | Duke University Medical Center


2016 Presentations & Workshops

Session: Pancreas, Liver, GI | Tuesday June 21st, 2016

  • Imaging Predictors of Poor Prognosis in Pancreatic Adenocarcinoma Beyond Traditional Staging Criteria
  • MDCT of Pancreatic Necrosis: How to Detect it and What Terminology to Use
  • Practical Algorithmic Approach to LI-RADS Classification of Focal Hepatic Lesions by CT in the Cirrhotic Patient

Session: Acquisition and Protocol | Wednesday June 22nd, 2016

  • Value-Based Imaging: Split-Bolus Single Acquisition MDCT Angiography of the Abdomen and Pelvis
  • ****Protocol Panel****