Like other information technologies, radiology informatics is rapidly innovating. In the next five years, radiologists will enjoy better resolution and brightness of displays, as well as greater storage, networking, and processing power, says Paul Nagy, PhD, an associate professor of radiology and director of the Johns Hopkins Medicine Technology Innovation Center. Moores Law will continue to march along.
In the third of three refresher sessions starting at 10:00 on Dec. 4, Nagy will discuss the current state of radiology IT and coming innovations. These will include changes in technology that will allow radiologists to conduct real-time visual remote consultations with referring physicians. This will allow the radiologist to be more engaged with the patient care team and develop stronger relationships.
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