<img height="1" width="1" style="display:none;" alt="" src="https://dc.ads.linkedin.com/collect/?pid=54935&amp;fmt=gif">

Ashley Keen

Ashley is passionate about women's health and has worked in radiology for 15 years. For the last 5 years she has been a mammography technician in Grundy, VA at Buchanan General Hospital, a 134 bed hospital that does about 1200 mammograms per year.  "I love how I can make an impact on someone. It's always great to give the good news, and sometimes we take that for granted, but the real difference is when you can help comfort someone who has just received the worst news of their life."

Remote Diagnostics In Mammography: Better Patient Care and a Better Way of Working

This post was originally going to be about my experience as a mammography technician transitioning to telemammography. But after I started writing, I realized that the real story is about women’s health and the difference we healthcare professionals can make in their lives through the decisions we make. From the compassion we show to the technologies we use, our actions impact every touchpoint in the patient’s experience.