News | November 02, 2006

Franklin & Seidelmann Adds Radiologists, Releases Online Lexicon

Franklin & Seidelmann Subspecialty Radiology has announced enhancements to its services and capabilities with the addition of four new radiologists and the launch of the online version of its proprietary Lexicon, a tool developed to facilitate the systematic evaluation of an imaging study in order to increase radiologists' productivity, speed report turnaround and ensure clinically specific report consistency across its radiology network.
The radiologists are American Board of Radiology certified musculoskeletal and neuroradiology specialists and all have been widely published in peer-reviewed medical journals, textbooks and other publications. They include: Jenny T. Bencardino, M.D.; Guy Thompson Borders, M.D.; Alan S. Diamond, M.D.; and Donna R. Roberts, M.D.
Franklin & Seidelmann has also launched the online version of Lexicon, a proprietary tool that enables its radiologists to systematically and consistently interpret images in a standard language and process that follows the clinical evaluation and typical cascading of pathology required in image interpretation. Team adoption and utilization of the Lexicon ensures detailed, descriptive, definitive and directive reports with the appropriate clinical differential diagnostic considerations. This tool eliminates the regional or individual differences in radiologists' descriptions and definitions due to variations in prior training. The online version allows for faster updating, distribution and access for the company’s radiologists compared to the previous paper version.

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