Sectra Brings Tested Radiation Dose Monitoring System to Rest of World at RSNA
Medical imaging IT company Sectra began working on the radiation dose monitoring problem with 10 hospitals in southern Sweden back in 2008 and now the company is bringing the solution they developed to the rest of the world.
At RSNA 2012, Sectra has launched Sectra DoseTrack — the same system used in the Skane region of Sweden “as a regional quality system for radiation doses to collate, store and analyze radiation-dose data from radiology examinations performed at some 100 radiology modalities,” according to the press release.
An advantage with Sectra DoseTrack is that it is “a well-tested solution” that
Image Gently Founder Named RSNA 2012 Outstanding Educator
Marilyn J. Goske, M.D., of Cincinnati, will be honored at RSNA as Outstanding Educator for her work in radiologic education—in particular, her Image Gently campaign, which promotes safe imaging for children.
Goske is the Corning Benton Endowed Chair for Radiology Education and professor of radiology at the University of Cincinnati School of Medicine. She also works as a radiologist at the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center.
Goske served numerous positions in the Society for Pediatric Radiology, including president and chairman of the board, and became concerned about the lack of change in
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