2013 will be a big year for informatics, helping radiologists collaborate and consult with referring physicians and increase productivity.
CHICAGO — Radiology Information Systems are getting new attention, and more advancements are coming to this radiology workhorse tool.
The way radiology reports are generated has certainly changed since I began my radiology residency in the Navy in the late ‘70s.
Radiology practices are turning to customer relations management (CRM) software to gather data and improve their referrals and marketing efforts.
Poor documentation in your radiology reports may be to blame for your leaving rightfully-earned money unclaimed. Here’s where to look and how to boost revenue.
The growing field of advanced analytics is helping radiology groups put their treasure troves of data to use to boost efficiency and improve quality.
RIS/PACS vendor Intelerad Medical Systems will highlight new RIS soluion and other product enhancements at RSNA 2011.
CoActiv will introduce its Exam-RIS version 2.0 at RSNA 2011. The web-based RIS integrates with their Exam-PACS, and provides specialized work lists, automated referring physician communications, and an HL7 interface for billing, among other features.
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Researchers found that conventional reports had a mean content satisfaction score of 7.61 out of 10, and a mean clarity satisfaction rating of 7.45. Structured reports scored 8.33 for mean content satisfaction, and 8.25 for clarity. Time to change?