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

A radiology technologist shares his insights for imaging pediatric patients. By Terry Ferguson, Sales Development Manager, Carestream Health. (Lee este blog en español.) Radiology technologists interact with people who are sick and frightened every day. However, pediatric radiography requires heightened sensitivity to our patients. We professionals are much like

Carestream’s Clinical Collaboration Platform supports high volume and workflow efficiencies critical to cancer patient care. By Peter Buchanan, Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre. Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre is one of the world’s leading cancer research, education, and treatment centres. We strive to provide world-class patient care. Carestream’s Clinical Collaboration

When radiologists become more involved, healthcare will be better served. The American College of Radiology (ACR) has been vocal in its recommendation that radiologists should be available to become more involved with patients and referring clinicians. “The College supports collaborative, patient-centered approaches to reduce diagnostic errors,”

[caption id="attachment_3811" align="alignleft" width="100"] Cristen Bolan, Executive Editor, Applied Radiology[/caption] Radiologists Add Real Value through Concise Communication When the ER doc read my results from an ultrasound, all I heard was doom and gloom. In the report, the radiologist recommended a follow-up MRI, meanwhile the doctor told