Communicating Nonroutine Radiologic Findings to the Ordering Physician: Will (Should) Information Technology-assisted Communication Replace Direct Voice Contact?

Abstract

A t 2:00 am on Christmas morning, 1966, a young man who had received head injuries in a fight was taken to the emergency department of an Indiana hospital. Skull radiographs were obtained; he was examined by the emergency department physician and was soon released without treatment. At 8:00 am on the same morning, a radiologist interpreted the radiographs… (More)
DOI: 10.1148/radiol.2015150516

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