Zafar Sajjad


Over the past three decades or so Radiology as a profession has undergone a revolution.  As technology has evolved so has the role and the responsibility of the Radiologist.  Despite these tremendous changes the essential requirement for a Radiologist is to interpret images.  The sheer volume of data generated in today’s examinations is overwhelming.  It puts the radiologists under tremendous pressure to ensure that all the images are looked and to generate a timely report.  MacDonald et al have tried to quantify the load on their radiologists.  It is sobering to think that today’s radiologists are required to interpret and image every few seconds during their working day.  We need to ensure that our workflows and compensation systems keep pace with this expectation.

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