Idea Exchange: Mark it red if it has been read

Dec 01, 2005
By staff

In our busy practice, clinicians can't always keep up with the many radiographs that are taken. So we put red dots on the radiographs that have been read and for which reports have been completed. This tells the technicians that the radiographs have been reviewed and can be filed. If a radiograph does not have a red dot, the technicians bring it to a clinician to evaluate.

Dr. Harvey R. Bendix
North Huntingdon, Pa.