What tools and tactics are making breast imaging specialists and clinicians more efficient across the healthcare enterprise? Four radiologists discuss the breast imaging PACS features they rely on to save time, enhance accuracy of interpretation, display multimodality images quickly and intuitively, and integrate multiple facilities and multiple PACS. See what next-generation technology offers today. Learn from these experts about:

     • How one workstation and fewer clicks mean quicker read-times—up to 30 percent faster

     • Why instant messaging improves radiologist-technologist communication

     • How tumor boards benefit from immediate access to images

     • Why integrated PACS and dictation helps speed reports to referring physicians

The video webinar includes a question and answer session with the expert panel.

Learning Objectives

  • How one PACS can integrate mammography, ultrasound, MRI, tomosynthesis and CAD to eliminate moving from workstation to workstation
  • The advantages of setting up hanging protocols and tools, by department or by radiologist
  • Why breast imagers need to take advantage of best practices
  • How to eliminate issues with upgrades
  • Why toggling back and forth between prior and current images improves reading accuracy
  • The importance of using a full range of IHE hanging protocols
  • The impact of instant image access on surgeons, nurse practitioners and oncologists

Target Audience

  • Chiefs of Radiology
  • Radiology Administrators
  • Radiology Service Line Directors
  • Breast Imagers and Radiologists
  • Healthcare IT / Clinical Informatics Professionals
  • Hospital and Health System Administrators
  • PACS Administrators


Caroline Reich Bonnie Joe, MD, PhD
Chief of Breast Imaging
UCSF Medical Center
San Francisco, CA
  Bonnie Joe Caroline Reich, MD, PhD
President & CEO
Women's Imaging Associates
Birmingham, AL
donna plecha Donna Plecha, MD
Director of Breast Imaging
University Hospitals
Cleveland, OH
  Kamilia Kozlowski, MD Kamilia Kozlowski, MD
Medical Director & CEO
Knoxville Comprehensive Breast Center
Knoxville, TN
Mary Tierney

Mary Tierney
Chief Content Officer
TriMed Media Group
Providence, RI



Study Reference:

American Journal of Roentgenology. 2016;207: 918-924. 10.2214/AJR.15.15917

Read More: http://www.ajronline.org/doi/abs/10.2214/AJR.15.15917