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01.08.2011 | Original Article | Ausgabe 4/2011 Open Access

Insights into Imaging 4/2011

What influences clinician’s satisfaction with radiology services?

Zeitschrift:
Insights into Imaging > Ausgabe 4/2011
Autoren:
Richard Lindsay, Steven McKinstry, Stephen Vallely, Gail Thornbury
Wichtige Hinweise
The Internet survey site was funded by the PACS providers at one of the sites involved, but the PACS providers were not involved in the survey design or analysis.

Abstract

Aim

PACS and teleradiology systems have led to marked changes in the traditional relationship between referring clinicians and hospital radiology departments. The aim of this study was to assess which factors influence clinicians’ satisfaction with modern radiology services.

Method

An Internet-based survey questionnaire was sent to all referring clinicians within a large hospital network.

Results

Fifty-eight percent of 316 clinicians responded to the survey. Seventy percent felt PACS installation had improved reporting time, and 56% felt it had improved working patterns for medical staff. Approachability of radiologists was the only factor significantly associated with increased satisfaction (p = 8 × 10–8). A number of factors were found to be significantly associated with the perceived value of radiology reports, and these are discussed. An increase in clinicians’ confidence in their own radiological skills was not associated with a decrease in the value they placed on radiology reports.

Conclusion

The only factor significantly associated with improved clinician satisfaction was the availability of an approachable radiology service. Availability of PACS did not appear to undermine the value placed on radiology reports.
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