Given radiology’s central role in the patient pathway, radiology efficiency and the ability to communicate actionable reports are key for patient outcomes. This is particularly important in cancer care since diagnoses are often time-critical, the cases are complex, and the treatment chain typically involves multiple specialists.
At ECR, we showcased our view of patient-centered cancer care and demonstrated how our enterprise imaging solution supports radiology in exceeding the expectations of referring physicians and their patients through:
In our opinion, high availability is paramount to excellent quality of care. Availability is the guiding concept that determines how Sectra supports radiology in exceeding the expectations of referring physicians and their patients—it is at the core of everything we do. System stability is a key component, but it doesn’t stop there.
How to ensure radiology peer review will be an added value—to individual radiologists as well as to the organization—and not an added burden? In this article, we share some thoughts on the characteristics required for a peer review solution to gain support and compliance among radiologists, and to actually achieve the goals.
Oncologists are becoming an increasingly important group of referring physicians for radiology to support. But how do oncologists perceive the service from radiology today, and what do they think radiology should do to further improve their service? We asked 50 oncologists.
This is Anna. She was recently diagnosed with breast cancer. Her life has been turned upside down. Her story illustrates how Sectra views the future of healthcare, and how Sectra helps improve efficiency and quality of care.