you really are supposed to be INSURANCE putting into your notes how many images you took so if you did an FMX and it’s films but it took images to take you better make note that the images
were taken in order to get the series because that picture comes back oh yeah the patient never comes back and says you know hey they just kept zapping zapping me and now you
know one of my eyes doesn’t open at the same speed the other one goes you know they have cause and you might have some explaining to do got it okay so
The imaging recycling bin is you know is a great training tool to I mean I don’t like using it that way but it’s a great way if you’ve got an especially somebody’s right out of school and you want to just kind of verify that things are done
I can tell how many images were taken on somebody on a particular day so that’s why I don’t I’m not a huge fan of purging it but I like going back and looking at how many images were taken on a particular person and I imagine or say that.
I think our trainer told us to purge it like once a quarter that would be fine but the problem is do it or not do it like so your system down or anything it long-term yeah .
I could slow your system down and again depends on how big the office is you know I’ve got an office it’s got operatory so yeah there’s a whole lot of extra in
There but my hope is that there shouldn’t be a lot of stuff in that imager exactly then or somebody needs some retraining on how they’re taking images you know right exactly.
okay yep so you know that’s you know the beauty of having you know those images attached to imaging you know if you can depending on what software you’re using but.
This should tell a story so that you know I know exactly what’s going with my patients based on this and the handoff from front to back can be a lot cleaner so let’s talk about the handoff because that’s one of the things that