Patients with previous acute kidney injury at highest risk of repeat injury.
Safety and Error Prevention
Appropriate Use Criterion May Reduce Unnecessary Imaging in Renal Colic
We asked a group of experts from around the radiology industry what they're hoping 2019 will bring.
The current state of unnecessary imaging—and what you can do about it.
Though they take up a lot of time and energy, things like QA and medicolegal systems can be helpful.
Checklists could be used by staff to improve patient safety.
Safety and quality initiatives don’t just impact patients and staff, but healthcare costs and reimbursements, too.
Most radiologists will make an error at some point, but maintaining transparency is vital to maintaining the patient relationship.
Risk is highest for those who performed procedures in the 1980s to the early 2000s.
Coronary CT angiography helps clinicians assess soft coronary plaque in patients with diabetes, identifying those who are at risk of cardiac disease or event.