2022 AAPM 64th Annual Meeting
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Session Title: Imaging Workflow Solutions (Limited Capacity: First Come, First Served)
Question 1: In the United States, between 2018 and 2019 the number of MRI examinations per 1000 persons increased by ____.
Reference:Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) Health Care Utilization Report 2000-2020 http://www.stats.oecd.org. Accessed April 18, 2022.
Choice A:20%
Choice B:7.2%
Choice C:39%
Choice D:97%
Question 2: Imaging workflow solutions are usually successfully implemented without a robust informatic infrastructure.
Reference:Letourneau-Guillon L, Camirand D, Guilbert F, Forghani R. Artificial Intelligence Applications for Workflow, Process Optimization and Predictive Analytics. Neuroimaging Clinics of North America. Elsevier BV; 2020;30(4):e1–e15. doi: 10.1016/j.nic.2020.08.008.
Choice A:True
Choice B:False
Question 3: In a case study utilizing imaging workflow solutions, the authors found that approximately ____ of MRI studies exceeded the scheduled duration.
Reference:Meyl TP, Berghöfer A, Blatter T, Heverhagen JT, de Bucourt M, Maurer MH. Software-Based Evaluation of Optimization Potential for Clinical MRI Scanners in Radiology. Rofo. 2022 Apr;194(4):391-399. doi: 10.1055/a-1659-8821.
Choice A:25%
Choice B:35%
Choice C:45%
Choice D:55%
Question 4: Which of the following are examples of manual process improvement techniques that can be utilized in healthcare:
Reference:Rawson, J., Kanna, A., Furman, M. Use of Process Improvement Tools in Radiology. Current Problems in Diagnostic Radiology. 2016 Mar-Apr; 45(2): 94-100. doi: 10.1067/j.cpradiol.2015.09.004
Choice A:Plan, Do, Study, Act Cycle
Choice B:System of Profound Knowledge
Choice C:Six Sigma
Choice D:All of the above
Choice E:None of the above
Question 5: Efficient imaging workflows can improve patient care and reduce costs associated with imaging studies.
Reference:Talati, I., Krishnan, P., Filice, R. Developing Deeper Radiology Exam Insight to Optimize MRI workflow and Patient Experience. Journal of Digital Imaging. 2019 January; 32: 865-869.
Choice A:True
Choice B:False
Question 6: Which of the following are challenges to the implementation of machine learning?
Reference:Choy, G., Khalilzadeh, O., Michalski, M., Do, S., Samir, A., Pianykh, E., Geis, J., Pandharipande, P., Brink, J., Dreyer, K. Current Applications and Future Impact of Machine Learning in Radiology. Radiology. 2018 August; 288(2): 318-328. doi: 10.1148/radiol.2018171820
Choice A:Bias
Choice B:High quality training data
Choice C:Regulatory issues
Choice D:None of the above
Choice E:All of the above
Question 7: A properly implemented dose monitoring system does not require continuous quality and improvement initiatives.
Reference:Fitousi, N. Patient Dose Monitoring Systems: A New Way of Managing Patient Dose and Quality in the Radiology Department. Physica Medica. 2017 December; 44:212-221.
Choice A:True
Choice B:False
Question 8: Workflow solutions can assist in the which of the following diagnostic imaging tasks
Reference:Ranschaert, E., Topff, L., Pianykh, O. Optimization of Radiology Workflow with Artificial Intelligence. Radiologic Clinics of North America. November 2021; 59(6): 955-966.
Choice A:Operational efficiency
Choice B:Scan protocols
Choice C:Worklist optimization
Choice D:Report generation
Choice E:All of the above
Choice F:None of the above
Question 9: In one study of 1,041 European radiologists and radiology residents, fear of artificial intelligence was _______ with intermediate/advanced understanding of AI.
Reference:Huisman, M., et al. An International Survey on AI in Radiology in 1,041 Radiologists and Radiology Residents Part 1: Fear of Replacement, Knowledge, and Attitude. Imaging Informatics and Artificial Intelligence. 2021 March; 31: 7058-7066.
Choice A:Directly associated
Choice B:Inversely associated
Choice C:Not associated
Question 10: Artificial intelligence is a field of machine learning.
Reference:European Society of Radiology. What the Radiologist Should Know About Artificial Intelligence – an ESR white paper. Insights into Imaging. 2019; 10(44).
Choice A:True
Choice B:False
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