Once a noun, enterprise imaging is now a verb; an action word that means enabling and optimizing workflow and patient care by capturing, analyzing, AI-enabling, routing, prioritizing, fetching, viewing, integrating, managing, securing, reporting, exchanging, archiving and governing clinical images, photos and multimedia content from multi-ologies to enhance the electronic medical record (EMR). And at the same time, providing high-performing diagnostic tools to physicians such as radiologists, cardiologists, pathologists and orthopedists. It’s become a lot more than archiving and communicating.
Sponsored by Sectra
Last year the institutional leadership at Texas’s University Health System, which contracts with the UT Health San Antonio physician network, made the decision to move all inpatient imaging off the radiology department’s PACS and onto a new enterprise imaging (EI) platform. Their goal was internal consolidation. The team had watched their sprawling health system bend under the weight of unintegrated imaging-management solutions from numerous vendors. Now they saw plenty of room for improvement in operational efficiencies as well as economies of scale.
Sponsored by Agfa Healthcare
Proven protocols and practices, people and a push for earlier hemodynamic support are changing the face of cardiogenic shock survival. One leading health system has improved survival rates into the 70+ percent range. And their team believes other facilities should follow suit.
Sponsored by Abiomed
Sometimes a move in the right direction starts with a good hard look in the rearview mirror, then breaking it off to start anew with greater wisdom.
That’s the strategy of the Cardiovascular Service Line within Ascension Wisconsin. Like other interventional programs across the country, the CVSL is realizing industry partners play a key role in helping to share, develop and implement practices that seek to reduce variance, improve quality, increase operational efficiency, establish new standards of care and eventually reduce costs.
Sponsored by Terumo
The 16-page report on the 2020 Cardiovascular Business Leadership Survey offers a snapshot of what health system and cardiovascular leaders think about priorities, challenges and trends. Some of it validates, while some enlightens. It all helps guide leadership on a data-rich and insightful journey into the future.
Sponsored by Philips Healthcare
From a societal perspective, by utilizing atherectomy as part of an optimized angioplasty revascularization paradigm, we have the ability to get optimized results, a lower need for re-intervention and reduced amputations, all of which are extraordinarily cost-effective. Clearly, the best long-term outcomes for patients, regardless of initial expense, ultimately cost patients and payors the least.
Sponsored by Cardiovascular Systems, Inc.
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