We recently wrapped up a multipost series on radiology setups/hardware, ergonomics, and productivity.
For convenience, here are the articles:
Here’s what I have idiosyncratically landed on as a stable happy set-up that balances efficiency and comfort (and an editorial selection of those favored by others).
Life is too short to use what comes with your computer.
This post could have been titled: Why and How to Use an Offhand Device for Radiology, Or maybe even: How to Make the Most of All Those Extra Buttons on Your Gaming Mouse or Similar Device
More buttons! Better scrolling! Save your wrist! Feel like a PACS ninja!
AutoHotkey is powerful free software you can use to control your computer and generate simple (or complex) macros to automate tedious or repetitive tasks.
Achieve frictionless hands-free dictation (and more!)
PowerScribe is ubiquitous in radiology practices across the country, and it’s the only dictation software I use in my job. It has many flaws, but there are plenty of things we can do to make the most of it…Here are some tips for making PowerScribe (360) suck less.
Don’t be a passive victim of bad corporate software.
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