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Strategies to Reduce Reporting Errors in Radiology

Reporting errors happen in radiology. According to the American Journal of Roentgenology ( AJR), it seems that 3-5 % is the best minimum error rate achievable even when working in the best of circumstances.

Learn strategies to minimize the number of reporting errors in this blog by Prof. Adrian Brady, President of the European Society of Radiology.

5 Recommendations to Achieve Excellence in Pediatric Medical Imaging

Does your facility have limited experience with pediatric imaging?

Read this informative blog by a practicing radiologist to learn how facilities of all sizes can perform studies with the same standard of care as a large children’s hospital. Lori Lee Barr, M.D., F.A.C.R., F.A.I.U.M., is a Partner, Local Practice Board Member-at-Large, and Chair–Patient Safety Committee, and the Panhandle Division Director of  Radiology Associates of Florida.

Strategies to Attract and Retain Radiology Staff

What is the biggest challenge today in radiology administration? The answer from radiology administrators is unanimous: attracting and retaining radiology staff. Read their strategies for addressing this critical and persistent issue.

Reducing Retake Rates and Exposures in Radiology

Do you know that, on average,18% of imaging exams require retakes? Repeating imaging exams increases the workload of your radiographers who are already stretched too thin; increases the exposure of the affected patients; and contributes to patients’ reduced confidence and satisfaction with your imaging department. Learn how to reduce incorrect exposure settings and patient positioning errors–the primary causes for retakes in radiology.

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