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Changes in healthcare are altering the landscape for clinical practice, workflows and expectations from technologies deployed in the hospital.
See how leading radiologists and oncologists at NIH are using technology such as semi-automated cancer lesion management and multi-media reporting software to reliably, consistently and quickly distribute reports in oncology follow up and treatment planning.
Join us for a presentation by the American College of Radiology’s Michael Peters on what radiologists need to know to attest to Stages 1 and 2 of the federal Meaningful Use Program, followed by a Q & A session.
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.
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.
Dr. Michael Pfeiffer, a cardiologist and assistant professor of medicine at Penn State Hershey Heart and Vascular Institute in Hershey, Pa. discusses the advantages of 3D volume echocardiography in the right heart.
Join Connie Ryan, Cardiology Resource Manager at Oklahoma State University Medical Center as she shares how OSUMC was successful in enhancing their physicians workflow and in increasing productivity in their echo lab with the GE Healthcare’s Centricity Cardio Enterprise Solution (CCE).
Getting images via health information exchange represents a unique technical challenge—and opportunity for collaboration.
Join Dr. Dinesh Thavendiranathan of the University of Toronto for a discussion on 3D volume echocardiography in the left heart.
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?
Learn how Park Nicollet Health Services, a leading integrated care system in suburban Minneapolis, has expanded the use of state-of-art advanced visualization across their healthcare enterprise—allowing radiologists and cardiologists to view, read and report on a universal viewer that seamlessly integrates with PACS.
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 participation in the Accountable Care initiative, Lifespan is embarking on a multi-year journey to leverage IT infrastructure as a strategic asset and utilize a combination of an enterprise vendor neutral archive coupled with archive neutral PACS for radiology, cardiology, endoscopy and other departments.
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 the health system.
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.
Image quality is key when it comes to making accurate diagnosis and confident clinical decisions. Learn how the importance of certain criteria such as luminance, ambient lighting and automated calibration play a crucial role in image reading accuracy. Workflow benefits include increased physician productivity and reduced IT intervention. Featuring: David Hirschorn, Director of Radiology Informatics at Staten Island University Hospital and Researcher in Radiology Informatics at Massachusetts General Hospital
Available OnDemand! Health Imaging has assembled a panel of experts to provide you with effective solutions and strategies - delivered right to your desktop for FREE. During these three one-day events, listen to presentations and view slides from leading-edge presenters, participate in LIVE interactive discussions with thought-leaders in radiology, network and chat live with attendees right from your desktop and visit the virtual exhibit floor to view new products and services.
Image quality is key when it comes to making accurate diagnosis and confident clinical decisions. Learn how
the importance of certain criteria such as luminance, ambient lighting and automated calibration play a crucial
role in image reading accuracy.
Learn how the importance of certain criteria such as luminance, ambient lighting and automated calibration play a crucial role in image reading accuracy.
Learn how Sectra managed the complex requirements related to this large health system's RIS/PACS preparation and integration, workflow customization and training needs.
Featuring: ProMedica Health System
Learn how innovative hospitals are utilizing the latest technology to replace their first generation PACS and in the process improve patient outcomes and reduce operating costs.
Learning Objectives: • Technologies and tools for boosting radiologist productivity • Action plans for improving imaging workflow • Tactics for thriving in today’s healthcare environment • Strategies for optimizing service to referring physicians • A look into the future of image sharing, accessibility, diagnostic reporting, multi-ology archiving and reimbursement
When it comes to health IT, practitioners' work used to be 10 percent information and 90 percent technology. Now that is dramatically changing, with the increasing demand for data—from longitudinal patient information to dynamic clinical decision support—driving hospitals toward higher levels of reporting and quality improvement.
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 that leverages their current IT investments while providing the foundation for imaging exchange workflow and EMR integration. Join executives and clinical thought-leaders from Mount Sinai Medical Center, St. Luke's Health System and GE Healthcare in discussing the issues and challenges of implementing a next-generation image and information exchange in a video presentation with live Q&A.
Experts from Germany, France and the Netherlands explain how the distinctive capabilities of the Brilliance iCT 256-slice scanner have impacted the diagnostic imaging abilities of their institutions and enhanced patient care. These professionals share their views on the economical and clinical benefits of investing in this revolutionary technology.
Experts from the University of Chicago Medical Center (UCMC) explain how the unique capabilities of the Brilliance iCT 256-slice scanner have advanced the diagnostic imaging capabilities of their institution. From both an economical and clinical aspect, these professionals share their views on investing in this revolutionary technology.
Listen and learn to an in-depth interview with healthcare IT industry expert, John Koeller discuss the future of image and data storage. While addressing the challenges of image management today we will explore options for consolidation and dive deeper into the Clinical Information Lifecycle Management strategy.
This webcast focuses on the utilization of Web-based PACS & RIS/PACS as a means for healthcare organizations to stay competitive, maximize relationships with the physician community, and reduce expenses while increasing the number of clean claims through streamlined billing. Watch as experts from three leading facilities discuss the advantages of implementing Web-based PACS and RIS/PACS. Sponsored by GE Healthcare and Dell.
RIS-driven workflow provides tremendous benefits to healthcare organizations facilitating better patient care and better control over the business functions of the organization, including multi-facility scheduling, patient and image tracking, document management, outcome monitoring, and robust interface capabilities. Data analysis and reporting capabilities facilitate operational improvements and decision making. RIS-driven workflow delivers fast, secure access to information that can shorten the revenue cycle, reduce lost charges and denials, prevent underpayments, and optimize performance across the enterprise.
Experts from three leading healthcare facilities share their expertise and answer common questions about Integrating RIS/PACS throughout the enterprise.
Gain first-hand knowledge from three leading healthcare organizations who use ASP (Application Service Provider) to store and manage radiology images. Watch this practical one-hour video webcast with live Q&A presented by clinical and IT thought-leaders who share their experience on transitioning to and benefiting from ASP — and why ASP is the new path to secure, scalable and cost-effective DICOM data archive and disaster recovery. This unique financial model allows facilities to gain the latest technology now without burdening the capital budget.
Learn how hospitals and imaging centers are using PACS and digital workflow to streamline workflow, improve financials and provide better patient care.
Health Imaging & IT magazine in collaboration with Siemens Medical Solutions invites you to join us as we learn more about this year’s Top Trends in health imaging and IT.
Watch as four experts fluent in data storage discuss the framework to compile an intelligent infrastructure across the healthcare enterprise.