An argument that Moore’s law is at work in medical imaging.
Is this what dictation is missing?
CHICAGO — From dose-reduction and workflow solutions to MR and mammo innovations, the RSNA 2012 exhibit floor was buzzing with new products. Here’s a sampling.
CHICAGO — Are you getting the most out your speech recognition software? Here are tips for training the tool to record dictations with fewer errors.
CHICAGO — Is it time to update your reading room? Eliot Siegel, MD, offered a few suggestions to consider for a comfortable and efficient work space.
How would you feel about expanding the capability of your speech recognition software to analyze and measure your stress and fatigue levels?
Speech recognition software can be leveraged to tell if a radiologist is stressed, prompting individualized interventions to improve quality and satisfaction.
C. Matthew Hawkins, MD, discusses challenges of natural language processing and how more standardization can reduce error rates of speech recognition software.
CHICAGO — Correct that. Tips. A few simple tricks can make one’s time with computer-based speech-to-text engines much more pleasant — and productive, said David Weiss, MD, speaking during an RSNA 2011 session on practical informatics for radiologists.
Aching hands and a sore back are often familiar ailments for those working in a digital imaging department. However, there is a trend among radiology practices and hospitals to provide workstations that are far more comfortable.