Radiology professionals commonly use Microsoft Excel spreadsheets and FileMaker database software for data collection, organization and analysis. But they often don't understand all the tools and tricks available to make the process easier and more productive, says Andrea Frangos, clinical instructor in diagnostic medical sonography at Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia.

At RNSA 2011, being held Nov. 27 to Dec. 2 in Chicago, Frangos will co-present an educational session on getting the most out of those tools. She and John Eng, M.D., associate professor of radiology at The Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, will highlight features such as split screens and filters that make tasks more manageable.

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