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Enterprise Imaging Strategy Beyond Radiology

 
 
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In a recent focus group, 70% of healthcare IT executives surveyed indicated that enterprise imaging was an active initiative in their health system*. But achieving a truly effective enterprise imaging strategy has eluded the majority of U.S. health systems.

This webinar will explore how a comprehensive enterprise imaging strategy — enabled by the right technology, the right governance, and the right plan—can help your organization achieve a more complete patient imaging record in your EHR, mitigate patient record security risks, develop new cross departmental image sharing capability, and achieve dramatic cost savings and security enhancements through centralization of content and next generation server side viewing.

 

Speakers:

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   Kenneth  A. Buckwalter, MD, 

    Chief Informatics and Innovation Officer

    Indiana University Health Physicians

 

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   Bill Lacy,

   Vice President of Medical Informatics

   FUJIFILM Medical Systems U.S.A., Inc.

 

Presenter Bill Lacy, Vice President of Medical Informatics at FUJIFILM Medical Systems U.S.A., Inc., will discuss how and why enterprise imaging is evolving as a necessary organizational priority in today’s complex healthcare environment. In addition, Kenneth A. Buckwalter, MD, Chief Informatics and Innovation Officer at Indiana University Health Physicians will share insights about his organization’s strategy for enterprise imaging beyond radiology.

 

Learning Objectives:

  • What opportunities exist outside of radiology for image management, how to prioritize your needs for quick wins, and what is necessary for an effective long-term enterprise imaging strategy
  • What important steps to take internally to move forward with an enterprise imaging strategy
  • Why governance is a critical step to moving enterprise imaging beyond radiology
  • What technology is necessary to create an optimal enterprise imaging framework