Structured Reporting Subcommittee

Responsible for evaluating and developing reporting systems, processes, and tools that enable radiology information to be captured, stored, and presented in a clear, organized, and consistent format. Structured reporting can facilitate the tracking of finding attributes, such as size and location, and can prompt the radiologist to record information necessary for high-quality patient care. Structured reporting processes should be at least as time-efficient as dictation. Radiology report data captured in structure form improves report readability, facilitates many radiology processes including order entry and automated billing, and supports the subsequent use and analysis of radiology information for research, quality improvement, and decision-support.

Charles E. Kahn Jr, MD, MS, Chairman
Philadelphia, PA

Jan M. Bosmans, MD, PhD, Member
Antwerpen-Hoboken, belgium

John A. Carrino, MD, MPH, Member
New York, NY

James Y. Chen, MD, Member
San Diego, CA

Marta E. Heilbrun, MD, Member
Salt Lake City, UT

Krishna Juluru, MD, Member
New York, NY

Paras Lakhani, MD, Member
Philadelphia, PA

David S. Mendelson, MD, Member
Larchmont, NY

Tara A. Morgan, MD, Member
San Francisco, CA

Aalpen A. Patel, MD, Member
Danville, PA

Luciano M. Prevedello, MD, MPH, Member
Columbus, OH

Rasu B. Shrestha, MD, MBA, Member
Pittsburgh, PA

Seetharam C. Chadalavada, MD, MS, Member/Resident
Cincinnati, OH

Curtis P. Langlotz, MD, PhD, Informatics Advisor
Menlo Park, CA

Teri M. Sippel Schmidt, MS, Vendor Liaison
Hartland, WI

Kenneth C. Wang, MD, PhD, RadLex Steering Chairman
Ellicott City, MD

Matthew A. Mauro, MD, Board Liaison
Chapel Hill, NC

Steve Drew , Staff Contact
Oak Brook, IL