The role information technology can play in improving the quality and safety of radiology will be addressed in an educational session at the Radiological Society of North America’s 95th Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting.
Speakers in the session “Next Generation I.T. Requirements for Improving Quality and Safety for Radiology” will use case studies to demonstrate how I.T. can be used to improve radiology test appropriateness, access, report quality, turnaround time and results communication. They’ll also address how dashboards or business analytics can be used to measure the improvements enabled with I.T.
Session II41 will be held at 10:15 a.m. Dec. 2 in room S501ABC at Chicago’s McCormick Place convention center. More information is available at rsna.org.
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