For example, the vendor will point to recent improvements such as the ability to change measurements and have reference text in reports change automatically. In addition, Carestream said it will offer a sneak preview of new artificial intelligence-driven capabilities designed to further enhance radiology reports.
The firm will also direct attention to clinical experiences with multimedia reporting at the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH) Clinical Center and the University of Virginia Health System. Multimedia reporting is now used for 70% of CT reports and 50% of MRI reports at the NIH Clinical Center, according to Carestream.
In a poster session at RSNA 2018, researchers from the University of Virginia will also share how radiologists at their institution are commonly using Vue Reporting to create interactive multimedia reports that include hyperlinks to key image findings.