IT Infrastructure in the Era of Imaging 3.0. McGinty, G. B., Allen, Geis, J. R., & Wald, C. Journal of the American College of Radiology, 11(12):1197--1204. 00001
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Imaging 3.0 is a blueprint for the future of radiology modeled after the description of Web 3.0 as ?more connected, more open, and more intelligent.? Imaging 3.0 involves radiologists? using their expertise to manage all aspects of imaging care to improve patient safety and outcomes and to deliver high-value care. IT tools are critical elements and drivers of success as radiologists embrace the concepts of Imaging 3.0. Organized radiology, specifically the ACR, is the natural convener and resource for the development of this Imaging 3.0 toolkit. The ACR?s new Imaging 3.0 Informatics Committee is actively working to develop the informatics tools radiologists need to improve efficiency, deliver more value, and provide quantitative ways to demonstrate their value in new health care delivery and payment systems. This article takes each step of the process of delivering high-value Imaging 3.0 care and outlines the tools available as well as additional resources available to support practicing radiologists. From the moment when imaging is considered through the delivery of a meaningful and actionable report that is communicated to the referring clinician and, when appropriate, to the patient, Imaging 3.0 IT tools will enable radiologists to position themselves as vital constituents in cost-effective, high-value health care.
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	title = {{IT} {Infrastructure} in the {Era} of {Imaging} 3.0},
	volume = {11},
	url = {http://www.jacr.org/article/S1546-1440(14)00540-7/abstract},
	doi = {10.1016/j.jacr.2014.09.005},
	abstract = {Imaging 3.0 is a blueprint for the future of radiology modeled after the description of Web 3.0 as ?more connected, more open, and more intelligent.? Imaging 3.0 involves radiologists? using their expertise to manage all aspects of imaging care to improve patient safety and outcomes and to deliver high-value care. IT tools are critical elements and drivers of success as radiologists embrace the concepts of Imaging 3.0. Organized radiology, specifically the ACR, is the natural convener and resource for the development of this Imaging 3.0 toolkit. The ACR?s new Imaging 3.0 Informatics Committee is actively working to develop the informatics tools radiologists need to improve efficiency, deliver more value, and provide quantitative ways to demonstrate their value in new health care delivery and payment systems. This article takes each step of the process of delivering high-value Imaging 3.0 care and outlines the tools available as well as additional resources available to support practicing radiologists. From the moment when imaging is considered through the delivery of a meaningful and actionable report that is communicated to the referring clinician and, when appropriate, to the patient, Imaging 3.0 IT tools will enable radiologists to position themselves as vital constituents in cost-effective, high-value health care.},
	number = {12},
	urldate = {2015-02-10},
	journal = {Journal of the American College of Radiology},
	author = {McGinty, Geraldine B. and Allen, Jr., Bibb and Geis, J. Raymond and Wald, Christoph},
	note = {00001},
	pages = {1197--1204}
}

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