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ACR 2016 The Crossroads of Radiology


Optimizing Your Electronic Medical Record and Mobile Technology


May 19, 2016 10:00am ‐ May 19, 2016 12:00pm

Description

The purpose of this combined infomatics session is to discuss mobile technology and electronic medical records. The first part will focus on how mobile computing devices and apps, as in every other industry, will provide opportunities for innovation in health care. It will also include a discussion on mobile trends, apps, and pending FDA regulations that will have enormous impacts on the practice of radiology. The second part of the session will focus on electronic medical records. Electronic medical records are becoming increasingly available to not only primary care physicians but to radiologists as well. The days of one word clinical histories are finally beginning to fade. This session will demonstrate how to best leverage EMR technology into the interpretive process.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Identify the growing mobile trends in healthcare imaging.
  2. Describe mobile apps that can improve the radiology practice.
  3. Explain the issues around the pending FDA regulation of mobile technology and apps.
  4. Recognize the clinical benefits of integrating the EMR into the interpretation process.
  5. Define how to best achieve that integration while avoiding the pitfalls discovered by early adopters.

Subspecialties

  • Non-Clinical

Modalities

  • Non-Clinical

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Disclosures

  • David Hirschorn, MD : <p>David Hirschorn: None</p>
  • George Shih, MD : <p>George Shih: Image Safely, Inc.; Ionic Health, Inc / MD. ai; Vitesso, LLC</p>
  • Paul Singh : <p>Paul Singh: None</p>
  • Cree Gaskin, MD : <p>Cree Gaskin: Royalty Income-Oxford University Press|Thieme Medical Publishers</p>

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