The ACR Bulletin reviews some of the ways in which radiology practices can engage their patients online, including making radiology reports available to patients.
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Structured Reporting Controversy
A recent RSNA 2013 pro-con debate on the merits of structured reporting was featured in Diagnostic Imaging and eHealth Insider.
Inside an Imaging Informatics Incubator
Cheryl Proval from ImagingBiz profiles the imaging informatics activities at the University of Pennsylvania.
Update on Radiology Meaningful Use
The ACR Bulletin reviews how new developments in the federal Meaningful Use program affect radiologists.
Real-Time Decision Support for Radiologists
Montage announces its new Signal product, which detects patient safety issues and billing errors as the radiologist dictates the report.
Sending Radiology Reports to Patients
The Daily Bulletin covers an RSNA presentation on the success of Penn Medicine’s initiative make radiology reports available to patients.
Radiology Meaningful Use
RSNA News reviews how the federal meaningful use program affects radiologists.
Image Order-Entry Decision Support
ImagingBiz covers Penn’s participation in the Medicare Imaging Demonstration project, a nationwide project to evaluate the effect of order-entry decision support on imaging utilization.
Evaluation of Structured Reporting
A Radiology journal podcast reviews the evaluation of a structured reporting system.
Founding of a Penn Radiology Spin-Off
Healthcare Informatics reviews the development of radiology report search technology and the resulting Penn spin-off company, Montage Healthcare.