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High value imaging: population based and personalised 18 Sep 2015

The aim of the video will be to introduce people to the concept of high value imaging and how this relates to, but differs from high quality imaging. Participants will be asked to think about their own service and start to classify their work within two main groups which are imaging procedures:
  • high value
  • lower value.
Lower value imaging not only produces little information for the patient but also exposes the patient, in some times of imaging, to radiation. People involved in imaging need to be seen in future not only as people who sit in imaging departments doing tests at the requests of clinicians but people who think of high value for individuals and professionals

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Duration:42 mins


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Professor Sir Muir Gray

Professor Sir Muir Gray entered the Public Health Service by joining the City of Oxford Health Department in 1972 after qualifying in medicine in Glasgow. He now works one day a week as a consultant in public health in Oxford Universities NHS Trust and in his NHS role he is involved in supporting leadership and management development in Oxfordshire. He is also the consultant in public health in the Digital Health and Social Care Service. One of the missions is to transform NHS Choices from being solely a website to being a knowledge service delivering knowledge to citizens and patients. He has been working with both NHS England and Public Health England to bring about a transformation of care with the aim of increasing value for both populations and individuals and published a book called How To Get Better Value Healthcare in 2007. The means of doing this through Systems is now called Population Healthcare.