Avoiding radiologist burnout and reducing repetitive stress injuries are often overlooked issues affecting the profession.
RedRick Technologies to Continue the Ergonomic Reading Room Discussion at Upcoming SIIM 2016 Annual Meeting
Realizing Imaging 3.0™ goals requires radiologists to be healthy, engaged and productive.
Helping radiology departments address a wider range of needs, while optimizing ergonomics wherever radiologists work.
RedRick Technologies helps Texas Children’s Hospital Realize their Vision for a New Centralized Multispecialty Reading Room
Fostering radiology staff communications, collaboration and customer service.
New Medical Imaging Reading Environment Planning Guide Documents Best Practices for Reading Room Optimization
Summarizes collective knowledge that enables the reading room to meet the needs of radiology.
Realizing Imaging 3.0™ goals requires radiologists to be healthy, engaged and focused.
RedRick Technologies Partners with Attainia to Better Serve Those Developing Ergonomic Reading Room Environments
Ergonomic radiology furniture should enhance a well-designed radiology reading environment.
Ergonomic radiology furniture is but one aspect of a well-designed radiology reading environment.
Standardized design approach simplifies achievement of Imaging 3.0™ goals.
Increased productivity, enhanced physician conferencing, and greater user comfort and flexibility are all contributing factors.
RedRick Technologies raising awareness about the benefits of optimized radiology reading room environments
Improved productivity, referring physician communications and customer service support the transition to value-based imaging
Our latest webinar is now available to watch on demand! Listen as distinguished thought leaders in radiology reading room design and siting review how your radiology department can enhance productivity, clinical quality and customer service by optimizing the radiology reading room environment.
Redrick Technologies Releases a New White Paper Highlighting How Optimized Reading Room Environments Benefit the Shift to Value-Based Imaging
A new educational white paper has been released by RedRick Technologies, provider of custom engineered radiologist workstations and reading room designs. While much has been written about the impact of reading room ergonomics on radiologist health and productivity, there has been little discussion about the value-based benefits of optimizing the overall reading room environment and location. This white paper provides guidance to radiology leaders seeking opportunities to enhance clinical quality and customer service through improved communications, without impacting staff productivity.
Thanks to the latest upgrades to our ComfortView™ Monitor Mounting Series, adjusting monitors horizontally is easier than ever! This series can easily mount large 30” monitors such as Barco’s Coronis Fusion series without diminishing its functionality or ease of use.
RedRick is proud to be a major sponsor in this initiative at the ACR Education Center in Reston, VA. The objective of this project is to demonstrate and educate how an optimized reading environment enhances the interpretation process and benefits the physical well being of the Radiologist by optimizing both the work zone and the overall room conditions.
A recent article in Radiology Today about the benefits of good ergonomic furniture and design in the radiology reading room, highlights the increased awareness in ergonomic benefits that exists among radiologists and radiology insiders. It reviews the drivers behind these trends, which includes recent research on the topic, the Imaging 3.0 initiative by the ACR and acknowledgement on all sides
A study conducted at Emory University and recently published in the Journal of the American College of Radiology (JACR) shows that Radiologists who spend more than seven hours each day in front of a PACS workstation suffer more work-affecting musculoskeletal pain than their less sedentary colleagues, and the particular symptoms vary between men and women as well as between older and
The American College of Radiology’s Commission on Human Resources breaks down the problem and recommends ways rads can avoid some nagging Repetitive Stress Injuries (RSIs) to which they’re especially susceptible—carpal tunnel syndrome, back strain, shoulder trouble and more—in an article published online in JACR.
In this article Elizabeth Krupinski notes that properly optimizing the display and viewing conditions, and enabling radiologists to optimize their ergonomic environments, can reduce the affects of fatigue.
A recent Radiology Today magazine article reviewing the importance of radiology workplace ergonomics also highlighted a workstation design laboratory being developed by Drs. Eliot Siegel and John Mukai. The unique ergonomic challenges of this project will advance the thinking around improving radiology reading workflow and ergonomics, to the benefit of our customers.
Healthcare Design Magazine recently highlighted our work helping the Texas Children’s Hospital radiology department create a more unified department that centralized radiology services and improved clinical collaboration.
In this space, we are the only company with this specialized focus. Everything that we create is designed and built to suit our clients' needs.
Serious thought should go into selecting the right ergonomic, radiologist reading workstations. This article reviews many of the factors that should be considered, particularly if the workspaces are shared among radiologists.
Three radiology thought leaders discuss how the reading room has evolved in response to the proliferation of PACS and what next-generation reading room improvement are coming. George S. Bissett, MD, radiologist-in-chief at Texas Children’s Hospital also discusses how RedRick Technologies helped him achieve his vision for the radiology department.
RedRick Technologies president, Greg Patrick summarizes the many aspects of the radiology reading room that can be optimized to improve radiologist productivity and health.
Radiology Today contributing writer Beth Orenstein reviews the impact of digital imaging on the needs of the radiologists workspace.