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 - golden opportunity
Sponsored by an educational grant from FUJIFILM Medical Systems U.S.A., Inc.
Can advances and efficiencies in digital radiography (DR) technology improve patients’ perceptions of the x-ray department—and, in the process, help boost hospitals’ HCAHPS scores—ultimately leading to smarter marketing, maximized reimbursement and increased patient volume?
 - Fujifilm FDR Go, Legacy Emanuel Medical Center
Sponsored by an educational grant from FUJIFILM Medical Systems U.S.A., Inc.
Portable x-ray may be a routine technology, but at a 554-bed hospital serving a sicker-than-average patient population, and housing a Level 1 trauma center and Level 1 burn center, there is nothing routine about the need for fast, reliable, portable x-ray capabilities.
 - The Christ Hospital Health Network
Sponsored by an educational grant from FUJIFILM Medical Systems U.S.A., Inc.
In today’s healthcare environment, the bottom line for providers is to maximize value with every decision made. That’s why a technology upgrade that improves care and the patient experience on multiple fronts can be a game changer.
 - Gorkem Sevinc
Sponsored by an educational grant from Konica Minolta
Heading up the Johns Hopkins Medicine Technology Innovation Center, Gorkem Sevinc, MSE, CIIP, focuses the bulk of his attention on partnering with clinical and research personnel within Hopkins Medicine to collaboratively build innovative Health IT tools. Software development, IT infrastructure,...
 - Kevin W. McEnery, MD
Sponsored by an educational grant from Intelerad
Give it up, buy in and figure it out. In short, that was the message from Kevin McEnery, MD, to his fellow informaticists at the recent meeting of the SIIM, Inner Harbor, Maryland.

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