18 July 1999 User interface customization on Endoscopy Department Mini-PACS and its impact on examination workflow
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Abstract
We have proposed a new user interface with workflow customization, implemented and evaluted in Endoscopy Department Mini-PACS that has been introduced and routinely used for two years at Toshiba General Hospital. We have set some task at endoscopy image acquisition units during examinations for two different types of user interfaces and compared performance. One is a command-button based operation using a remote control, and another is that with eight graphic buttons which are displayed on a CRT monitor and can be customized. Results of the two-year study show that mean number of input diagnosis codes per examination with graphic and customized interface is significantly greater than that with conventional interface. Also, mean time to complete one upper gastric endoscopy examination with new user interface is about 17 percent less than that with conventional interface. These result suggest that systems with the visualized and customized operation and feedback encourages physicians to use more functions and to compete tasks more efficiently than systems with conventional command-button based user interfaces.
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Masakazu Osada, Masakazu Osada, Mitsuru Kaise, Mitsuru Kaise, Takeshi Ozeki, Takeshi Ozeki, Hirofumi Tsunakawa, Hirofumi Tsunakawa, Kiyoshi Tsunakawa, Kiyoshi Tsunakawa, Takashi Takayanagi, Takashi Takayanagi, Nobuaki Suzuki, Nobuaki Suzuki, Jun Miwa, Jun Miwa, Yasuhiko Ohta, Yasuhiko Ohta, Koichi Kanai, Koichi Kanai, } "User interface customization on Endoscopy Department Mini-PACS and its impact on examination workflow", Proc. SPIE 3662, Medical Imaging 1999: PACS Design and Evaluation: Engineering and Clinical Issues, (18 July 1999); doi: 10.1117/12.352755; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.352755
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