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- 04/16/14--06:55: Survey: Radiologists are Happy at Work
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- 07/02/14--07:23: The Future of Mobile Technology in Healthcare
- 08/04/14--07:53: Patient Care Over There: A Talk About Global Radiology Practices
- 09/23/14--07:56: Access, Cost and Quality: Macro Trends in Healthcare
- 10/31/14--06:04: Diagnostic Reading: Five Must-Read Articles from the Past Week
- 01/30/15--06:25: Diagnostic Reading #13: Five Must Read Articles from the Past Week
- 02/12/15--07:11: Imaging Portals Drive Patient Engagement and Satisfaction
- 06/19/15--07:39: Diagnostic Reading #32: Five Must-Read Articles from the Past Week
- 01/07/16--06:30: X-rays and Mom — Case Study into the State of Imaging Technology
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Sixty-eight percent of radiologists told us in our annual Radiology Compensation Survey, they are happy being radiologists. This satisfaction comes even though, not surprisingly, rads are logging long hours (63 percent work 41 to 75 hours a week). Most of the respondents were veterans of the radiology industry, with more than 20 years of experience. […]
Post-processing as part of the workflow is a given with PACS workstations today. These post-processing techniques must be simple and rapid and the benefits are several: Improved hanging protocols. Post-processing at the PACS station is the most convenient, if it is part of the hanging protocols. This saves the radiologist time by eliminating the manual […]
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Patient experience. Cost containment. Clinical Quality. Physician alignment. A recent Advisory Board blog post about the CXO perspective of imaging success reported that the C-Suite places more importance on these factors than volume growth. It’s no surprise that provider priorities are changing. In response to this change imaging leaders are seizing the opportunity to adopt […]
The post Four Radiology Department Improvements Unlocked by the DRX-Revolution appeared first on Everything Rad.
Healthcare providers work every day to deliver the best quality of care and the best experience to their patients. In many cases, a provider’s compassionate care creates a special bond and once this connection is created, patient satisfaction and loyalty is established. However, in some cases, as is the case for radiology professionals, this emotional […]
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Hospitals have a duty to treat patients, but in order to do so, they have to get them in the door. Even though we’ve entered an era of consolidation, there’s still enough competition out there for medical facilities to strive to differentiate themselves and to one-up their rivals. One way to do that is to […]
Technology is constantly evolving. It seems like every day there is a better, smaller device that replaces the new one you bought yesterday and still don’t know how to use yet. In the past (present for some hospitals), image sharing was done solely via film distribution and multiple copies needed to be printed for multiple […]
Todd Minnigh is a familiar face in the AHRA community. As a frequent conference attendee and speaker, he has presented on a variety of topics because he has seen and experienced a great deal throughout his career. In a new role within Carestream, Minnigh’s responsibilities have allowed him to travel the world to get a […]
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Technological evolution, government legislation and industry regulations continually change the ability of our industry to provide the best, most affordable care to patients. Today’s patient expectations are that they will get high quality care, be able to choose from health care providers and get care at a reasonable price. In addition to reasonable healthcare costs, […]
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La versión española de este post se puede leer aquí. David Sesma is the managing director of Intech, company specialized in technical healthcare engineering, both in healthcare radiology and veterinary radiography. Moreover, Sesma has a degree in Physics and is an expert in veterinary clinical software. Carestream and Intech have developed a system for veterinary […]
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“Diagnostic Reading” is a new weekly series in which we will be sharing five articles we have come across in the past week that are worth reading and sharing. The topics covered will be across the spectrum–from radiology and medical imaging trends, to the most important issues affecting healthcare IT today. We hope you find […]
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Here are five readings that you may have missed this week. Relationships between physicians and radiologists was a theme this week. The readings include, an examination of the costly problem of unnecessary care, using social media to drive patient engagement, two studies from the Journal of the American College of Radiology, and an article that tells the story […]
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A survey of 1,000 U.S.-based patients revealed that 83% believed that there is value in being able to access their medical images via a secure portal. This may not come as a huge surprise as patient portal adoption continues to grow in the U.S. and throughout the world, but medical images are often left out […]
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Another week, another issue of Diagnostic Reading to provide with a few articles to read in case you missed them this week. The focus of these articles is on social media to promote research, medical identity theft trends, big data and artificial intelligence, regulatory changes for medical imaging, and optimizing hospital radiology. 1) Social Media […]
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Reposted from Imaging Technology News (ITN) with permission. While I write a lot about medical imaging technology and how new technology can and should work, it is not often that I get to experience how things actually work in the real world. This past Thanksgiving I received a call from a paramedic explaining that my mom […]
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This week’s diagnostic reading articles describe the need to deploy enterprise image viewers, growing adoption of telemedicine tools by healthcare providers, changes expected in data security, cloud and mobile technologies, why radiologists need to lead change and how patient-centric care can result in shorter perceived wait times and greater satisfaction. Enterprise Image Viewing Still Lags […]
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Several top news sources recently published articles that contain helpful insights for radiology and healthcare IT professionals This diagnostic reading articles describe how the Internet and mobile technologies have led to higher patient expectations, why radiologists need to maintain good relationships with other clinicians and patients to be effective, nine trends to watch in 2016, patient opinions […]
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Our Diagnostic Reading Top Picks This week’s articles describe the high priority radiologists place integrating PACS with an EHR, expected growth for the global ultrasound market, patients’ desire for personalized treatment, Radiology Today’s top picks for areas within the imaging space that promise the greatest innovations and a study that indicates mentally demanding activities may play an […]
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This week’s articles include: the limitations and applications of mobile devices in radiology; three things CIOs can learn from radiology analytics; how vendor neutral archives can reduce duplicate imaging exams; patients increased trust in the security of EHRs; and a study on communication errors within the radiology department. Radiologists must be aware, vigilant with mobile […]
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Innovative solutions and fresh coffee at Carestream at RSNA2016! Check out these videos for a sneak peek of what’s brewing. And stop by our booth #4704 in the South Hall at RSNA16!
Carestream Health integrates Materialise service that produces 3D anatomical models for medical applications If a picture is worth a thousand words, how much is an actual physical anatomical model worth? For some healthcare providers, the ability to see and touch a 3D visualization of pathology or a model of an organ prior to surgery could be […]
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