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In the Radiology Department at Cincinnati Children’s, several of our divisions have been celebrating the season in their own special ways. Our Radiogrpahy/Fluoroscophy division decorated a tall holiday tree and other holiday ornaments in their Quality Control (QC) area. The Ultrasound division decorated › Continue Reading

Earlier this month, the Quality Improvement Teams for all of Radiology (X-ray, Nuclear Medicine, CT, etc.) were given the opportunity to visit and tour the Toyota Motor Manufacturing facility in Georgetown, Kentucky. Most of us have heard of the Toyota › Continue Reading

Image: Tony with his QI co-workers, Erin Adkins (left) and Emily Mueller. Tony Dandino began his career at Cincinnati Children’s as an MRI technologist four years ago. He plays various roles in MRI, including managing the work flow while working as charge technologist, › Continue Reading

Quality improvement (QI) is a big deal in our Radiology Department! Our Quality Improvement division is a team of eight employees who are dedicated to improving the department by reviewing processes, identifying opportunities for improvement, and focusing on our employees and patients. Here are › Continue Reading

I have now been a radiology fellow at Cincinnati Children’s for six months. It’s been an incredible training experience so far, and I’ve had the privilege of working with an amazing group of people. A number of attributes make this department great, but the › Continue Reading

The Quality Improvement Team at Cincinnati Children’s Radiology Department is committed to making your experience with us better. The most effective way to implement improvement in the clinical areas is to have the front-line clinical staff, who are directly impacted by any › Continue Reading