Electronic medical record systems, such as those provided by Epic (Verona, WI), have implemented personal health records that allow patients to view their medical records electronically from the host institution. Measure #147 requires that patients undergoing bone scintigraphy have appropriate documentation, correlating scintigraphic results with other relevant imaging studies such as CT, X-ray or MRI.\n For example, radiologists and clinicians may not spend time worrying about subsegmental atelectasis but it is not hard to imagine patients calling their family doctor to explain this bizarre sounding finding.
Radiology reporting: Changes worth making are never easy Gary H. Danton, MD, PhD R eflecting on how radiology has report has ended and passed to the cians were happy with most reports, changed since the late 1800s is black box of transcription. For better or rating them an 8 out
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