Diagnostic errors in radiology are a major concern. That’s why peer reviews are a fundamental part of the radiology workflow. Pear learning does not focus on ‘how many’ reading errors occur, instead it lets radiologists understand how and why an error occurred so they can learn from this.
In just under 5 minutes, Peer learning specialists Jan Kips and Danny Steels, Product Managers Advanced Workflows, Agfa HealthCare, give an insight on how to flip the script on peer review.
Watch and listen how Agfa HealthCare’s peer learning system is designed to improve collaboration and foster a culture of teamwork and feedback. It’s learning at its best and that is the ultimate goal.
“Agfa HealthCare’s peer learning is completely embedded in the radiology reading routine workflow and designed to improve collaboration and foster a culture of teamwork and feedback.”
Jan Kips, Product Manager Advanced Workflows, Agfa HealthCare
In-depth session on Peer Learning
Access the on-demand webinar on Peer Learning (44 minutes).
In this session, Jan Kips explores how to set up Peer Learning workflows both as a manual (managed) and automated model driven by predefined rules. He covers quality control features such as feedback, categorisation, follow up tasks, overview reports. Importantly, Jan also discusses Peer Learning in the educational institution, including collaboration workflow between radiologists and residents to create a virtual learning experience.
For more on Peer Learning and the Enterprise Imaging Platform, visit the Agfa Healthcare website