Enhancing the remote radiologist user experience  with innovative solutions

White paper ∙ By Philips, Barco ∙ Nov 09, 2023 ∙ 3 min read

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Hospitals and health systems have faced challenges that have taken a toll on clinicians. Radiology departments are handling more and increasingly complex cases, with restricted resources and staff shortages. This leaves them facing burnout. 


Many radiologists have discovered working from home offers some distinct advantages, including improving work-life balance, saving time on commutes, and for some, fewer interruptions resulting in higher productivity. 

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Enhancing the remote radiologist user experience

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This white paper focuses on

  • Addressing remote radiology issues 
  • Enhancing clinical productivity for remote radiologists 
  • Supporting collaboration to help achieve better patient outcomes 
  • Reimagining the remote reading environment 
  • Tips for optimizing the home workspace

Radiologist performing a reporting

Addressing the challenges facing work-from-home radiologists

Working remotely can be frustrating and inefficient without appropriate software, equipment and support. Radiologists working from home should have a workspace that provides the same level of support they expect when reporting on-site.


Barco and Philips are focused on improving solutions, workflows, equipment and environment for remote radiology. By combining exceptional workflows and equipment, we offer the support you need to create a comfortable, efficient home reading location.

Tips for creating a remote reading workspace

From the technical requirements to ergonomics, setting up a home reading environment can be challenging for both hospital and radiologist. Philips and Barco offer the support needed to create a comfortable, efficient home reading location. 


Download the white paper, which includes a remote workspace checklist.

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[2] Harolds JA, Parikh JR, Bluth EI, et al. Burnout of radiologists: Frequency, risk factors, and remedies: A report of the ACR commission on human resources. J Am Coll Radiol 2016;13:411 6, doi.org/10.1016/j.jacr.2015.11.003

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