WEBINAR: Expert Panel: Expanding Your Reach with Image Sharing


Need a better way to share images and reports? Learn from three leading healthcare systems that have expanded their image sharing capabilities. Six experts in radiology, enterprise imaging and IT give us a deep dive on how they are integrating multiple facilities, even some competitors and one-offs, saving clinician and IT time and a lot of money too. Listen through their journey, the questions they asked, the problems they solved, the policies they set and the reason they are continuing to broaden the reach of image sharing. Learn from these experts about:

  • How one facility saw a 50% reduction in time to import CDs
  • Why cloud-based image sharing is a physician satisfier, opening up access to all priors
  • How care is streamlined with immediate access to key images, cases and reports
  • Why cloud-based image sharing eliminates the hassle of CDs and DVDs

Learning Objectives

  • How image exchange streamlines image, case and report sharing 
  • The advantages of setting up more flexible workflows and streamlining care processes 
  • Why connecting via VPN or Edge Device is easy for all types of facilities 
  • How to guarantee images arrive before patients and enhance patient experience 
  • How to improve staff efficiency with significant time savings and reductions in direct and indirect costs 
  • The importance of expanding use beyond radiology to cardiology, case managers, trauma patient transfers, neurosurgery, rad/onc and more 
  • The impact of instant image access on surgeons, nurse practitioners and oncologists


John Carrino, MD
Vice Chairman
Dept. Radiology & Imaging
Hospital for Special Surgery

Beverly Rosipko
Director Radiology Informatics
University Hospitals
Cleveland Medical Center

Chavon Jackson
Data System Analyst
University Hospitals
Cleveland Medical Center

Corey Chow
ITS Ancillary Systems Manager
John Muir Health

Kelly Gritschke
Senior Systems Analyst
Hospital for Special Surgery

Paul Sherman
Application Support Analyst
John Muir Health