Radiology reporting and communications: a look forward
Neuroimaging Clin N Am . 2012 Aug;22(3):477-96. doi: 10.1016/j.nic.2012.04.009.
Adam E Flanders, Paras Lakhani
The content and prose method of radiology reporting has remained essentially unchanged for more than 100 years. By leveraging current technologies, the radiology report has the potential to be a multifunctional document providing information in a number of areas including business analytics, quality assurance and safety, regulatory reporting, research and billing. Maturation and adoption of speech recognition, the development of radiology controlled terminologies and standardized reporting templates now allow for the introduction of structured reporting into the clinical setting.
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