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How Interoperable Technology Can Enhance the Efficiency of Radiology & IT
Sponsored by GE Healthcare
With digital radiology, PACS and RIS in use for 15 years or more at most US hospitals, a disparate system architecture is now the reality for most departments. Multiple PACS and mini-PACS populate the environment, resulting in inefficiencies, increased operating costs, and reduced throughput for...
Enhance Radiologist Productivity with a More Agile PACS Environment
Sponsored by GE Healthcare
The disparate system architecture existing in most radiology departments today has resulted from the addition of multiple, dedicated workstations and mini-PACS to the environment without adequate integration into the workflow.
2012 CMIO Leadership Forum Roundtable Discussion
Sponsored by Clinical Key
At the close of the CMIO Leadership Forum: Transforming Healthcare Through Evidence-based Medicine, we 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...
Next-Generation Healthcare Image & Information Exchange: The Foundation of Imaging Workflow and EMR Integration
Sponsored by GE Healthcare
With heightened interest and incentives for EMR and image and information sharing as part of a health information exchange—healthcare executives are focusing on coordinating their financial, clinical and technical resources on building and integrating a healthcare image and information archive...
Webinar: Business Intelligence: Leveraging Data to Drive Quality Improvement & Cost Savings
Sponsored by Agfa HealthCare
In the quest to drive improved quality, the radiology department at the Oregon Health & Science University has embraced Agfa HealthCare IMPAX Business Intelligence to facilitate smart clinical and business decision-making and knowledge-building. The system provides historical, current, and...
The Optimized Vendor Neutral Archive: Success Stories for Clinical Users
Sponsored by GE Healthcare
In today's healthcare environment, there's no question that the need to connect silos of data, whether department or enterprise wide, has become an increasing demand placed on IT infrastructures.
Radiology Workflow: Recognizing Clinical & Financial Benefits of Implementing a Full RIS-PACS-Reporting Solution
Sponsored by GE Healthcare
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 integrated RIS-PACS-reporting solution in its radiology department that is delivering benefits across...
Webinar: Smart IT Strategies for Imaging Growth & Quality Outcomes
Sponsored by Carestream
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...
Archive Neutral PACS: The Next Step Forward in Health IT Infrastructure
Sponsored by GE Healthcare
Lifespan is a five-hospital system in Providence, R.I., managing more than 500,000 radiology and cardiology exams per year. To balance the image management needs across departments, meet the daily demands of access to full clinical information across their health system with an eye on future...
Inside a Private HIE: Clinical, Economic and Operational Successes at The Washington Hospital
Sponsored by Siemens Healthineers
Gain some practical advice on implementing a private health information exchange from Denise Abraham, the health information exchange coordinator for The Washington Hospital, a 224-bed hospital in Washington, Pa., and Charles R. Vargo, executive director of the Washington Physician Hospital...
CMIO Roundtable: Bridging Data & Quality
In a lively roundtable discussion, David Cochran, MD, and Robert Fassett, MD, (left to right) touch upon HIEs, ACOs and the need for cleaner data to improve the quality of U.S. healthcare.
Sponsored by Oracle
In a lively roundtable discussion, David Cochran, MD, and Robert Fassett, MD, (left to right) touch upon HIEs, ACOs and the need for cleaner data to improve the quality of U.S. healthcare.