Here’s how to do it:
Develop a reading structure which allows the radiologist to focus on patient images.
Ancillary reporting workload delegation, radiologists are physicians not office administrators
Implementation of a gatekeeper for the individual radiologist or radiology practice could help to minimize the day-to-day distraction during the radiologists main reading hours.
Create radiology-specific Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) that are meaningful, scientifically sound, and interpretable in order to achieve clinical performance goals.
Incorporate a workflow solution that measures, manages, and provides load balancing.
Improve the communication, administration of critical results
Automating the fetching process of locating the patient’s medical history
Utilize an intelligent integrated workflow solution that prioritizes the work list
Transparency, provide visibility to your clients on report statuses
Acquire technology that limits the number of individual systems requiring logins, reduces clicks, and incorporates natural language processing to transform the reporting process
Ergonomic radiology reading workstation to alleviate the physical stresses on his/her back and extremities
Proper light control in the room designated for preparing diagnostic interpretations