Younger radiologists expect to be able to access information immediately and share it seamlessly — a growing trend facing the field, Woojin Kim, MD says.
From image order entry to reporting results, several spots on the medical imaging chain provide opportunities for using clinical decision support.
Radiology departments should create policies for meaningful use criteria exclusions, and document the rationale, experts at SIIM said.
Business intelligence tools are helping radiology practices and departments better monitor their processes and increase efficiency. Here’s how to get started.
David Mendelson, MD, of Mount Sinai Hospital shares his experiences with the RSNA Image Share project, which gives patients primary control over their images.
The RADIANCE Toolkit, an open-source program developed by Tessa Cook, MD, PhD, and colleagues allows facilities to create customized dosing tables and reports.
Paul Chang, MD, explains how radiologists are using data analytics and business intelligence to improve efficiency and demonstrate their value in health care.