Closing the loop: Medical physics feedback in mammography. Claire E. Mercer . The Nightingale Centre, University Hospital of South Manchester. Aim
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Claire E. Mercer. The Nightingale Centre, University Hospital of South Manchester
To develop a robust structured feedback system from a mammography service to the medical physics service to enable effective and efficient service delivery – to close the loop:
Being responsible for managing a screening service goes hand in hand with inherent systematic QA processes; one of which is ensuring that the equipment that is in the service is effectively monitored to high standards to ensure effective image quality.
This tool provides a simple and effective way of providing that mechanism and closing the feedback loop.
This tool has been rolled out across the local NHSBSP region with the aim to produce an effective feedback mechanism at all sites.