While it may be tempting to begin integration by examining the capability of the technology, proceeding from there could be a costly mistake.
Although training and implementation take patience and time, a Toronto hospitals speech recognition system speeds radiology reports to clinicians in minutes rather than days.
A PACS upgrade enabled the team at MUSC to integrate images into the elcetronic medical record.
The effort required to implement a desktop integration of the radiologist workstation is worth the many benefits.
Milan diPierr0 In the past, most integration efforts focused on allowing islands of information to exchange data, but this did not provide seamless integration at the desktop. The burden of “integration” was left up to the end
Web Distribution System Eastman Kodak Co, Rochester, NY, introduces the Kodak DirectView Web distribution system. The system, which interfaces with PACS, provides these new capabilities: supports clinical review by physicians on d
Advances in viewing, archiving, and networking technologies and applications have brought efficiencies and economies to picture archiving and communications systems.
Risk management guidelines in teleradiology have evolved to accommodate new privacy concerns.
Dear Editor: I read the article by Chris Wolski, “The Case for BMD Testing” (March 2003), with interest. In the last page of the article, under the heading “Anybody’s Game,” Wolski makes the assumption that there is a lack of specialty
CRS Puts Halt to California Broker Bill A California bill that would have paved the way for the brokering of diagnostic imaging services has been amended, much to the relief of the legislation’s opponents. SB 1071, introduced in the Calif