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Body Scans and Bottlenecks: Optimizing Hospital CT Process Flows

Abstract

A midwest hospital purchases new CT Scanners which are much faster than the existing technology. Processes in the radiology department are optimized to the older, existing scanners and technicians are unable to take full advantage of the new scanner speed. The hospital finds itself working to change the processes to suit the new scanners capabilities and take full advantage of their speed.

Type

Case

Author(s)

Sunil Chopra, Scott Flamm, Sachin Waikar

Date Published

07/14/2016

Citations

Chopra, Sunil, Scott Flamm, and Sachin Waikar. Body Scans and Bottlenecks: Optimizing Hospital CT Process Flows. Case 5-211-256 (KEL592).

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