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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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.
ACR works to help radiologists remain crucial to quality patient care. One way the College does so is by partnering with radiologists to develop new technologies. This case study series demonstrates some of the ways ACR is helping radiologists stay ahead of the game.
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.
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.