MedQ to unveil peer-review software at RSNA 2019

By AuntMinnie.com staff writers

November 25, 2019 -- Radiology informatics firm MedQ will showcase its new peer-learning software at RSNA 2019 in Chicago.

The program enhances the peer-review process by identifying study types for a group study pool, such as "good catch" studies that highlight cases where key information could easily have been overlooked, and "interesting case" studies that offer valuable learning opportunities, according to MedQ.

Additional tools in the program help to facilitate group discussion by consolidating all pertinent information related to a study and enabling discussion leaders to assign quality improvement projects.

A final feature of the software allows the groups to summarize their findings and improvement projects in their own case studies, which are then stored in a "knowledge base" for future reference.

MedQ's peer-learning program integrates with its existing reporting solution, Q/ris Reporting PLUS+.


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