In this age of profound changes in health-care delivery models, radiologists must find new strategies to stay viable. Imaging 3.0 case studies spotlight radiologists who are already using Imaging 3.0 techniques to transition from focusing on the volume of scans read to the value of the patient experience.

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Imaging 3.0 Case Studies

Quality and Safety

Ensuring patients receive the highest quality care — from monitoring dose levels to encouraging radiologist participation in patient quality initiatives — is a top priority of Imaging 3.0.

Imaging 3.0 Case Studies: Payment Models

Payment Models

As ACOs and other alternative payment models come online, Imaging 3.0 tracks innovative ways radiologists are making themselves indispensable to quality patient care.

Imaging 3.0 Case Studies

Information Technology

Radiology has always been at the forefront of medical technology. Imaging 3.0 encourages radiologists to continue pushing the technological envelope in ways that improve patient care.

Imaging 3.0 Case Studies

Patient Engagement

New case study posted on 11/10/14
Putting a face to radiology is an important aspect of Imaging 3.0. Whether it means conferring with patients about findings or enlisting satisfaction surveys, radiologists must engage more directly with patients to make their presence known.

Imaging 3.0 Case Studies: Information Technology

Strategic Planning

Facing the changing tides of health care requires more than just superficial changes to your practice or department. Creating a strategic plan can help you through the transition process, and these case studies can help guide the way.