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Step forward: STATdx - Dr. Thomas P. Murphy, Interventional and Diagnostic Radiologist, USA
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Step forward: STATdx - Dr. Thomas P. Murphy, Interventional and Diagnostic Radiologist, USA

August 9, 2022

Please briefly describe who you are and your role?

I am Dr. Thomas Murphy, an interventional and diagnostic radiologist at a large, busy multi-hospital practice. We have over 85 radiologists including 12+ Interventionalists and cover 8 urban and suburban hospitals with 3 large trauma centers.

What problems were you attempting to solve when you started using STATdx?

In going through multiple cases, it’s very handy to have a quick reference for diagnostic and procedural findings. Sometimes it’s not feasible to use reference books. That’s when I first started using STATdx.

From your point of view, what are the biggest benefits you found in using STATdx in your day-to-day routine?

The biggest benefits are quick and easy references with accurate information, images to correlate findings, and referenced materials.

What’s the primary reason you would recommend STATdx?

In a busy practice, a quick and easy reference tool is essential. STATdx is easily searchable with references.

Is it important in your daily clinical activity to have diagnostic support tools?

It is very important in doing what I do, alternating between procedures and diagnostic studies and having reference materials at hand, makes STATdx is easily accessible.

In going through multiple cases, it’s very handy to have a quick reference for diagnostic and procedural findings.

Step forward: STATdx - Dr. Thomas P. Murphy, Interventional and Diagnostic Radiologist, USA

Step forward: STATdx - Dr. Thomas P. Murphy, Interventional and Diagnostic Radiologist, USA

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