Six recommendations to foster reporting of safety incidents in radiology. By Professor Louise Rainford, Associate Dean of Radiography, UCD Dublin. Mistakes happen in radiology – just as mistakes happen in all professions. Some safety incidents have significant consequences; others no significance at all. In fact, the majority

Insights from radiologists, radiographers and patients at ECR 2022. Table of contents The Role of effective communications in improving patient care in radiology Recommendations for communicating effectively in radiology Barriers to communicating effectively with patients Resources for improving patient communications in radiology Communicating clearly and thoughtfully with patients can help

The role of quick imaging in building your urgent care practice. Urgent care practice managers have many priorities, including building the practice. One way to approach this challenge is to consider the factors that lead patients to choose urgent healthcare centers over other options available to

Owensboro Health Regional Hospital’s initiatives to improve patient care. By Sara Butterworth, MHA, RTI(CT)(MR), Radiology Operations Manager, Owensboro Health Regional Hospital. Most people who work in healthcare are motivated to give patients a good experience simply because it’s the right thing to do. Recently, our motivation has

Brigham and Women’s Hospital’s initiative to measure the patient experience in radiology. Editor’s Note: Today’s blog is one of a series about the patient experience in radiology. Earlier we shared 2 blogs by Dr. Cheryl Turner on root causes of adverse patient experiences in radiology. Be sure

An imaging informatics fellowship director and fellow share their insights. By Dr. Teresa Martin-Carreras and Dr. Tessa S. Cook, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. At first glance, the principles of patient care in radiology and imaging informatics might seem at odds. Patient care being very personal,