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    Daniel Rosenthal, Oleg Pianykh.
    Summary: Aiming at building efficient radiology operations, this book walks the reader through the entire radiology workflow, from the moment that the examination is requested to the reporting of findings. Using their practical experience, the authors draw attention to the many elements that can go wrong at each step, and explain how critical analysis and objective metrics can be used to fix broken processes. Readers will learn how to measure the efficiency of their workflows, where to find relevant data, and how to use it in the most productive ways. The book also addresses how data can be turned into insightful operational information to produce organizational change. All aspects of radiology operations are considered including ordering, scheduling, protocols, checking-in, image acquisition, image interpretation, communication, and billing. The closing section provides a deeper dive into the advanced tools and techniques that are used to analyze operations, including queuing theory, process mining and artificial intelligence.

    Part 1. A word about numbers
    Mining your own business
    Part 2. Ordering
    Scheduling.-Examinations, Protocols, Autoprotocols
    Arriving for the Examination
    Creating the Imagines.-Image Delivery
    From Images to Reports
    Part 3. Ars Longa, Vita Brevis.
    Digital Access Springer 2021