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 - Marlene Stodgell-O’Grady
In 2011, officials at Alberta Health Services made a startling discovery. A number of CT studies in a rural community had been misinterpreted, raising questions about patient care. 
 - workstation
When radiologists use a new platform or workstation for the first time, there is often an adjustment period. The radiologist has to take it on a “test drive” of sorts, seeing how certain functions are carried out and learn how to get the most out of the technology. 
 - mammography
Digital breast tomosynthesis is no longer just a buzzworthy technology among imaging experts; patients have gotten word and are now increasingly demanding access from their local providers. 
 - Ashish Sant
The pressures on providers in an era of evolving payment models and ever-evolving technology could not be more demanding. In order to be successful, providers will need strong solutions from their technology partners.
 - Mark Sanz, MD
After pushing for years to build a unified cardiology database powered by structured reporting, several members of the heart team at 237-bed Providence St. Patrick Hospital in Missoula, Mont., finally got their moment around six years ago.

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