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At the close of the CMIO Leadership Forum: Transforming Healthcare Through Evidence-based Medicine last fall in Chicago, Clinical Innovation + Technology invited five luminaries to build on the abundant discussions and dive deeper into the quality of the evidence in medicine, the lack of evidence in many cases, the struggle to engage physicians and patients, and strategies for integrating evidence-based medicine (EBM) into clinical practice. Will the adoption of EBM reach 90 percent by 2020? Should evidence-based medicine be expanded to evidence-based healthcare? Will we see the rise of EBM as a medical specialty? Read on to find out.
Radiology departments have been seeking ways to work better-managing images from multiple PACS and multiple departments and seeking to increase radiologists' reading efficiency by delivering more information to their workstation. In a world of disparate PACS and multi-ology images, the notion of a universal workstation to deliver patient results efficiently is both a necessity and now - a reality.
Radiology departments have been seeking ways to work better—managing images from multiple PACS and multiple departments and seeking to increase radiologists' reading efficiency by delivering more information to their workstation. But in a world of disparate PACS and multi-ology images, what is the solution?
View presentations and check out our live conference coverage of this two-day interactive leadership forum in Chicago in October 2012 on Evidence-based Medicine's Role in: Accountable Care, Medical Home, Meaningful Use, Cost-effectiveness, Team-based Collaborative Care and Engaging Physicians and Patients.
Succeeding as an ACO and addressing meaningful use requirements requires a new approach to radiology—one where quality outcomes are paramount. As healthcare reform and big data in medical imaging converge, strategies to facilitate image exchange, mobile access and patient empowerment are essential to improve the quality of patient care. Learn how cloud services can enable improved levels of service, reduce total cost of ownership to redirect capital to other patient-care initiatives and unlock new financial models for growth. What's working TODAY and how will imaging IT evolve over time? Sponsored by Carestream
Rutland Regional Medical Center in Vermont, is a 188-bed rural hospital that effectively weds high-tech imaging with patient-centric care. This high-tech hospital with a hometown touch utilizes an intuitive RIS-PACS-reporting solution in its radiology department that is delivering benefits across the health system. The ability to provide local, state-of-the-art imaging is convenient for patients and referring physicians. It keeps patients close to home, which, in turn, improves the medical center’s bottom line.