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A Study on the Application of Medical Imaging Informatics in Radiology

Author(s): Brent Liu*

Imaging informatics is defined as “the use of informational technologies to achieve efficient, accurate, and trustworthy diagnostic medical services within a hospital network,” according to the medical search engine Radiology Key. In the face of increasingly massive and complicated imaging investigations, radiologists are under pressure to provide more value to medical imaging—to deliver more educated, accurate, relevant, and efficient interpretations and to transmit this data quickly and in the most effective manner possible. An X-ray, for example, can illustrate the trajectory of a damaged bone’s recuperation. These photos also enable doctors to precisely prescribe medication and convey data across healthcare systems, whether to other healthcare experts or the patient.


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