A three-part educational session during RNSA 2011, being held Nov. 27--Dec. 2 in Chicago, will examine various aspects of using clinical decision support in radiology.
Charles Kahn, M.D., professor of radiology and chief of the division of informatics at the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee, will lead off with a general overview. "I'll paint a broad picture so people get a sense of what decision support is," he explains. For instance, some decision support systems help pinpoint abnormalities in a study, while others offer treatment guidelines. Still other systems assist in ordering a study or interpreting how to perform the study.
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