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HIMSS and Korean Health Information Service Sign Memorandum of Understanding on Electronic Medical Record Adoption at HIMSS 2024

Imaging Technology

According to HIMSS, the MOU establishes a three-year collaborative relationship between HIMSS and the Republic of Korea for Electronic Medical Record adoption in hospitals throughout the country. For his part, Lim said the collaboration with a healthcare IT leader will help his country achieve EMR standards nationwide.

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Improving interoperability between the PACS and EMR

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Radiologists need better access to patient data stored in the electronic medical record, imaging IT expert Rik Primo explains.

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Deep 6 AI partners with Graticule to relieve EMR data mining burdens

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Together, Deep 6 AI and Graticule are using AI and natural language processing to mine large, real-time pools of structured and unstructured electronic medical record (EMR) data, such as clinical notes, imaging data and radiology reports, and catheterization lab reports.

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ARRS: Dartmouth poster wins for CVD risk prediction potential using mammograms

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The research included 1,216 women (40-75 years) without known coronary artery disease who had a routine screening mammogram and cardiovascular risk factors available in the electronic medical record within one year of the index mammogram (January 1, 2011 to December 31, 2012).

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ASRT Foundation names International Speakers Exchange awardees

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LeGrand will present “Radiation Oncology Systems and Data: How to Get the Most Out of Your Electronic Medical Record and Electronic Health Record,” at the Canadian Association of Medical Radiation Technologists national conference. The conference will be held May 24 and 25 in Saint John, New Brunswick.

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Automated protocoling algorithm reduces radiologist CT workload

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Imaging exam protocoling is a task that increases radiologists' workload and can cause workflow inefficiency, Chung and colleagues explained.

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Healthcare Predictions for the Future

MRI Network

In the past decade, significant advancements have been made in medical research and technology that have improved the overall healthcare experience for patients and made it easier for doctors to provide better, more efficient care.