34 min

Radiology imaging: Why structured reporting is the the key to success Sectra: Let's Talk Enterprise Imaging

    • Business

What is the real value of standardizing the data format and utilizing structured fields? Prof. Dr. Tobias Heye, Radiologist, Department of Radiology and Nuclear Medicine, University Hospital Basel, Switzerland, together with Jonatan Ekström, Global Product Manager for PACS Workflow & Reporting, Sectra, discuss how radiology reports can be transformed into valuable repositories of information that enable researchers and clinicians to mine insights, discover trends, and make evidence-based decisions. Tune in!
 
Dr. Tobias Heye, Radiologist, Department of Radiology and Nuclear Medicine, University Hospital Basel, Switzerland Jonatan Ekström, Global Product Manager, PACS Workflow & Reporting, Sectra  
IN THIS EPISODE:
[4:38] Tobias discusses challenges in radiology reporting, mentioning variations in conveying information and the need for standardization.
[7:00] Jonatan reflects on historical radiology reports from 1896 and compares them to modern reports, highlighting the persistence of certain communication challenges.
[16:47] Tobias discusses the advantages of standardized language and structured information for physicians to streamline their workflow.
[18:06] The conversation shifts to the benefits of structured reporting, enabling trend analysis and data tracking. Tobias mentions a published paper correlating pneumonia findings with seasonal trends.
[19:07] Jonatan emphasizes the need to expand the bandwidth of radiology reports to avoid losing critical information in the process.
[20:14] The discussion touches on the challenges of adapting structured reporting.
[26:42] Jonatan introduces the concept of a "data race" in healthcare.
 
KEY TAKEAWAYS:

Structured reporting proves beneficial in providing relevant information tailored to the needs of referring physicians. Stanford uses Sectra PACS as their radiology imaging software, providing radiologists with high-performance capabilities and innovative tools. Structured reporting enables data extraction and analysis, revealing insights such as disease trends, workflow improvements, and correlations with other health phenomena like seasonal diseases. Structured reporting enhances the workflow of physicians, allowing them to focus more on interpreting images and on the cumbersome task of typing or dictating reports. Structured reporting improves feedback loops in healthcare, which enhances collaboration between various medical specialties.  
RESOURCE LINKS
Sectra Website

What is the real value of standardizing the data format and utilizing structured fields? Prof. Dr. Tobias Heye, Radiologist, Department of Radiology and Nuclear Medicine, University Hospital Basel, Switzerland, together with Jonatan Ekström, Global Product Manager for PACS Workflow & Reporting, Sectra, discuss how radiology reports can be transformed into valuable repositories of information that enable researchers and clinicians to mine insights, discover trends, and make evidence-based decisions. Tune in!
 
Dr. Tobias Heye, Radiologist, Department of Radiology and Nuclear Medicine, University Hospital Basel, Switzerland Jonatan Ekström, Global Product Manager, PACS Workflow & Reporting, Sectra  
IN THIS EPISODE:
[4:38] Tobias discusses challenges in radiology reporting, mentioning variations in conveying information and the need for standardization.
[7:00] Jonatan reflects on historical radiology reports from 1896 and compares them to modern reports, highlighting the persistence of certain communication challenges.
[16:47] Tobias discusses the advantages of standardized language and structured information for physicians to streamline their workflow.
[18:06] The conversation shifts to the benefits of structured reporting, enabling trend analysis and data tracking. Tobias mentions a published paper correlating pneumonia findings with seasonal trends.
[19:07] Jonatan emphasizes the need to expand the bandwidth of radiology reports to avoid losing critical information in the process.
[20:14] The discussion touches on the challenges of adapting structured reporting.
[26:42] Jonatan introduces the concept of a "data race" in healthcare.
 
KEY TAKEAWAYS:

Structured reporting proves beneficial in providing relevant information tailored to the needs of referring physicians. Stanford uses Sectra PACS as their radiology imaging software, providing radiologists with high-performance capabilities and innovative tools. Structured reporting enables data extraction and analysis, revealing insights such as disease trends, workflow improvements, and correlations with other health phenomena like seasonal diseases. Structured reporting enhances the workflow of physicians, allowing them to focus more on interpreting images and on the cumbersome task of typing or dictating reports. Structured reporting improves feedback loops in healthcare, which enhances collaboration between various medical specialties.  
RESOURCE LINKS
Sectra Website

34 min

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