HHS, SJHH launch integrated Radiology and Nuclear Medicine peer review pilot project

Published on November 17, 2012 at 3:36 AM · No Comments

"Our ultimate goal is to establish a city-wide Diagnostic Services physician quality assurance program that will contribute to and improve the quality of Hamilton's medical and molecular imaging services. Both organizations have embraced a culture of patient safety and continuous quality improvement; we see this QA pilot as the next step in our quality journey", said David Wormald, Integrated Assistant Vice President Diagnostic Services and Medical Diagnostic Unit. 

Ian Maynard, CEO and Co-Founder of Real Time Medical, added, "Our quality assurance, improvement and collaboration platform significantly improves upon traditional approaches to peer review, which are typically punitive, non-anonymized and not integrated into radiologists' normal workflow and diagnostic systems.  When done correctly, quality assurance can be made a seamless aspect of normal workflow, to the benefit of the organizations involved, the physicians and the patients they serve.  I am confident HHS and SJHH will see tremendous results with our innovative platform in support of their commitment to continuous quality improvement."

SOURCE Real Time Medical

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