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Poll: Do You Think Health Records and PACS Should Be Merged?

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There can be many benefits to having all relevant information in one place, but some argue that radiologists shouldn't have a narrow focus.

There can be many benefits to having all relevant information in one place, but some argue that radiologists shouldn't have a narrow focus so they can spot any and all things wrong with an image.

Do you think health records and PACS should be merged?

Yes, the more information, the better.
No, it leads to a narrow focus.
It won't change anything.
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