Sunday, January 5, 2014

PACS News Roundup

Implementing Standardized Radiology Report

Cinncinnati, Jan. 2, 2014 – Are structure radiology reports the next standard goal to be developed and implemented? Dr. Alexander J. Towbin, MD, chair of Radiology Informatics at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital in Ohio, developed a standardized reporting system that is now used at his facility.

ACR in 2014: 5 Hot Topics

Dec. 16, 2013 – DiagnosticImaging – Representatives from the ACR detailed at RSNA 2013 five hot topics of concern for radiologist in 2014. A concise look at the issues facing radiologists in the coming year.

Is Your Radiology Practice Tech-Savvy Enough?

By Marcia Frellick

CHICAGO, Dec. 09, 2013 — DiagnosticImaging – If you have a RIS and a PACS, congratulate yourself, but not too much. So doesn’t everyone else? The real questions you should be asking, said Paul Nagy, PhD, director of quality in the department of radiology at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, are how old are those systems and what could you be doing to take advantage of available developments in technology?

Improving Patient Safety and Outcomes in Critical-Results Reporting

By Mark Hagland

Dec. 6, 2013 – Healthcare Informatics – At Mayo-Mankato, Ernest Beaupain has been helping to lead a broad initiative to improve critical test results reporting in the radiology area.

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