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What will the right RIS system bring to your imaging department?

by John R. Fischer, Senior Reporter | February 18, 2019
Health IT
From the January/February 2019 issue of HealthCare Business News magazine

In addition, the amount of information accessed and shared by RIS with other systems is anticipated to increase with the emergence of machine learning and artificial intelligence. Some influence of this technology has already taken effect over the past ten years, with new developments expected to build further on these promising inroads.

“With national initiatives, AI will help create a better overall picture of a larger number of studies and general population trends in health. RIS should be able to use that type of information with a decision support system that will help referring physicians make informed decisions about the types of studies that should be ordered for a patient,” said Dyment. “At the end of the day, it’s all about the health of the patient.”

Regardless of how RIS changes over time, one certainty is that it will continue to exist in some form that aids in the running of radiology departments.

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