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Strategies to Optimize Workflow Communication: A Technologist's Perspective

Published:December 15, 2021DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.acra.2021.11.012
      Today's radiology workforce is made up of staff from a wide range of organizational levels including executives, managers, radiologists, nurses, technologists, clerks, and Information Technology personnel. Technologists guide patients and their families through what can amount to a very stressful experience. They are often the only human element standing between patients and the intimidating machine that may deliver life-changing information about their health (
      • Mohammed S
      • Rosenkrantz AB
      • Recht MP.
      Preventing Burnout in the Face of Growing Patient Volumes in a Busy Outpatient CT Suite: A Technologist Perspective.
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