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 - New York
Sponsored by an educational grant from Konica Minolta
It was a gutsy move even by the standards of the borough that is home to the New York Yankees, the birthplace of hip-hop, and the largest zoo in the East: At just 23 years old, with no direct experience in healthcare, Joel Reisman decided to dive into the deep end of the outpatient medical imaging...
 - Viztek’s Mammo Viewer
Sponsored by an educational grant from Konica Minolta
That old saying “jack of all trades, master of none” can be applied to medical imaging. Even the bright minds that make up the radiology workforce need focused training and years of specific experience in order to understand all the intricacies of the profession, and there’s one area in particular...
 - workflow interruption
Sponsored by an educational grant from Intelerad
It’s hard to get things done when you’re constantly being interrupted. This applies to any task, but is especially true for demanding tasks requiring focused concentration—like interpreting a medical image.
 - Tessa S. Cook, MD, PhD
Sponsored by an educational grant from Intelerad
It’s no secret that workflows in radiology are changing. A number of factors are impacting interpretation volume, while cutting-edge technologies are transforming how radiologists work.
 - Bradley J. Erickson, MD, PhD
Sponsored by an educational grant from Intelerad
Workflow engines have been deployed in a number of different industries and professions, from streamlining manufacturing to helping large law firms stay on task. Could workflow engines solve efficiency problems in radiology? Bradley J. Erickson, MD, PhD, suspects they can.

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