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  • © 2016 Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research

    Lindsey Minshew MD, Candice Bolan MD, Hector Robles MD, J Mark McKinney MD Department of Radiology; No financial disclosures or conflicts of interest.

    Mayo Clinic, Jacksonville, Florida •  Project site specifics: Location, demographics, resources,

    facilities, staff, finances •  Project goals: Developing relationships, education and

    infrastructure •  Project duration: Continued on site and remote

    collaboration •  Project results: Readiness assessment and PACS

    assessment, symposiums, case conferences, education and donations

    •  Plans for next steps: Report on assessments, teleradiology, PACS infrastructure, next on site visit

    Overview

    Radiology Department Specifics: •  9 radiologists, several specialty/fellowship trained •  No residents or fellows •  >10 X-ray technologists and sonographers •  All modern modalities available, including radiography,

    fluoroscopy, CT, MR, US, IR, NM and Mammography •  Large total daily study volumes: >700 radiographs, >400

    US, >150 CT and >45 MR exams per day •  Outpatient wait for most radiology exams is 1 million •  1,250 inpatient beds with a daily census >2,200

    (occupancy rate >200% on average) •  >2,000 outpatients seen daily •  Pediatrics thru geriatrics treated •  Wide variety of pathology seen:

    •  Common and rare infectious diseases •  Many primary cancers •  Chronic illness such as COPD, diabetes,

    CAD, psychiatric, alcohol related •  Maternal/fetal conditions

    •  All modern chemistry, microbial, hematological, pathology tests and resources are available

    •  All modern pharmaceuticals, medications, and vaccines available

    •  Average income of patients’ ranges from >3x to