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The Increasing Importance of Enterprise Imaging to Radiologists: 3 Success Stories

Sponsored by AGFA HealthCare

The profession of radiology has largely supported the basic notion behind enterprise imaging, aka EI: All medical images should be readily available to healthcare providers and patients across the care continuum.

November 6, 2023
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Why enterprise imaging needs content services too

Sponsored by Hyland

Enterprise imaging has been increasing the efficiency of imagers, physicians and caregivers needing quick and easy access to multi-ology images and reports. But by adding content services, healthcare systems are seeing even more benefits: Namely reducing the time it takes physicians to find key patient images, data and information and saving healthcare systems money.

October 31, 2023

You’ve gotten your EHR processes in check. What about your Imaging Health Network?

Sponsored by AGFA HealthCare

Now that hospitals and health systems are finally maximizing the electronic health record, AGFA HealthCare North America President Mark Burgess wants to make sure that they’re not missing out on another critical digital element of connected care: enterprise imaging, including the company’s breakthrough technology enabling the Imaging Health Network. Think of it as meaningful use taking on the efficient management of medical imaging.

May 30, 2023
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Radiologist shares tips on getting paid—well—for all your reads

Sponsored by Collaborative Imaging

The radiologists at San Luis Diagnostic Center, a multimodality outpatient facility in California, are happy to do it all: mammography, CT scans, ultrasound, X-rays, MRI, and more. There’s one aspect of their radiology practice that they’re excited to hand off, however: billing and negotiations with third-party payers. Especially now that they’re sure they’re getting paid for all of their exams and interpretations, and at a market rate.

April 26, 2023

Innovation in the reading room: STATdx just got much more convenient for radiologists

Sponsored by vRad

Steve Jobs once famously said that you have to start with the customer experience and work backwards to the technology. I am a strong believer in this mantra as it serves imaging providers very well when we think of our radiologists as our “internal customers.” How can we create a better work experience? Where can we remove annoyances, eliminate distractions, or improve efficiency?  

December 12, 2022

Being a teleradiologist was a nightmare at first, but now it’s my dream job

Sponsored by vRad

Practicing in teleradiology is amazing, or it’s your worst nightmare.

How do I know? Because I’ve been in two telerad positions that couldn’t have been more different.

December 12, 2022
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I didn’t plan to start in teleradiology after my radiology residency—but I’m glad I did

Sponsored by vRad

I’ll be honest, I had no plans to go into teleradiology straight from residency. However, I fell into it because economic conditions meant choices were slim as I started my career in 2014.

December 12, 2022
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Opto-acoustic Imaging: A new modality changing the future of breast imaging

Sponsored by Seno Medical

When it comes to breast imaging, a few new technologies have improved the visualization of lesions and diagnostic procedures. But a new modality could change the game completely.

November 29, 2022