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Sponsored by an educational grant from 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 departments.
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Sponsored by an educational grant from 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.
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Sponsored by an educational grant from 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 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.
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Sponsored by an educational grant from 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 predictive views of radiology operations in the form of real-time dashboards, management reports and ad-hoc queries - all in a single browser window.
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Sponsored by an educational grant from 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 redirect capital to other patient-care initiatives and unlock new financial models for growth.
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Sponsored by an educational grant from 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.