2023, Vol. 6, Issue 1, Part B
Future prospects for the radiology information system
Dr. Ruchi Baraya and Dr. Hazem Mahmoud Abdelmonem Hasish
CHIS and RIS functions are increasingly being merged as the growth of information systems in healthcare moves towards the process of integrating numerous systems into a single computer. In order to fully digitize and modernize the radiology facility, including the transition from film to paper, full electronic administration, and digital recordings, a Radiological Information System (RIS) was developed. By bringing together disparate systems, the RIS facilitates the development of a digital radiography hub where relevant data can be accessed at any time. The authors draw the conclusion that implementing RIS, HIS, and other information systems leads to automation, decreased potential for error, higher diagnostic and therapeutic quality, lower material costs, better efficiency, and time savings, among other benefits.
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How to cite this article:
Dr. Ruchi Baraya, Dr. Hazem Mahmoud Abdelmonem Hasish. Future prospects for the radiology information system. Int J Radiol Diagn Imaging 2023;6(1):83-89. DOI: 10.33545/26644436.2023.v6.i1b.308