Experience Stories

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This is Enterprise Imaging

In this interactive ebook, we bring together stories, interviews, webinars, podcasts, case studies and white papers that shine light on how enterprise imaging is making care more insightful, efficient, effective, collaborative, robust, cloud-enabled and even more affordable.

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

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?  

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

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.

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

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.

The new modality, opto-acoustic/ultrasound (OA/US) or photoacoustic (PAI) imaging, from Seno may be a game-changer. And here’s what you need to know about it, how experts see it improving the breast cancer diagnosis process, and how it’s projected to reduce the need for extra diagnostic imaging exams and breast biopsies by a lot.

Opto-acoustic Imaging: A new modality changing the future of breast imaging

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.

The top 5 imaging challenges—and how AGFA HealthCare is solving them

In an increasingly complex and demanding world for radiologists—one in which the word “burnout” is so common that it’s almost become cliché—healthcare IT companies have the unique responsibility and opportunity to ease radiologists’ burdens by rising to address these momentous challenges.

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New president of AGFA HealthCare shares ‘That’s life in flow.’

AGFA HealthCare has been dedicated to Enterprise Imaging since 2010. They were first in the industry to build a platform from the ground up—but recently, they’ve stepped up their game. Momentum in market adoption of the platform approach to enterprise imaging is evident in the company’s growing business agreements, as leading health systems select AGFA HealthCare Enterprise Imaging Platform that creates an Imaging Health Record™ (IHR).

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Nuance CMIO Matt Lungren: Radiologist superpowers and future-proofing AI

AI should give radiologists superpowers. That’s the goal and vision of Matt Lungren, MD, MPH, long-time AI researcher and physician-scientist turned chief medical information officer at Nuance Communications.