Peter Ogle


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PACS reading protocols tame information overload

February 10, 2005

The imaging data generated in a typical episode of patient care is too much and generally too complex for radiologists to manage unassisted. Harnessing this information and converting it into better health outcomes is the objective of PACS developers, who think that computerized protocols for image presentation will help break the logjam.

Workstations hinder digital mammo adoption

November 18, 2004

Digital mammography is inevitable. People may argue over the details, but everyone accepts the fact that screen-film mammography-radiology's last major analog holdout-cannot stand forever.