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Double Black Imaging Unveils the Ultimate Radiology Workstation at RSNA 2022

By MedImaging International staff writers
Posted on 25 Nov 2022
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Image: Phoenix II - the ultimate radiology workstation (Photo courtesy of Double Black Imaging)
Image: Phoenix II - the ultimate radiology workstation (Photo courtesy of Double Black Imaging)

Double Black Imaging (Westminster, CO, USA) is announcing its new Phoenix II radiology workstation at this year’s RSNA that is designed to optimize productivity, comfort, and workflow.

An ideal radiologist workspace should emphasize productivity, optimize workflow, and promote a healthy work environment. The ability of radiologists to adjust key factors at the workstation such as lighting, sound, desk height, the height and depth of the displays directly impacts their productivity and comfort. In addition, radiologists who have more control over their working conditions may work longer in the profession with a greater degree of job satisfaction. These factors can positively influence the culture of a clinic or hospital.

“The radiology department produces roughly 40% of a hospital’s revenue. Ensuring radiologists have a radiology workstation that’s purposefully built for radiology will not only improve productivity up to 28% but it also can prevent costly injuries caused by repetitive motion or improper ergonomics. The cost of several workstations would be easily covered by the prevention of a single workplace injury meaning an ROI measured in weeks,” said Dave Minamoto, Ergonomic Product Manager for Double Black Imaging. “The Phoenix II is our flagship in a full line of ergonomic workstations built specifically for radiology. All of our workstations are made in the USA with German made actuators and designed with additional cross bracing prevents buckling over time as seen with other brands. Each DBI purpose build workstation is designed specifically for the radiology environment - not a "re-tasked desk" that radiology departments often encounter. We don't ask our customers to make compromises.”

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