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 - Carlos Carrasco
Sponsored by an educational grant from Nuance
Medical imaging exchange within Orlando Health’s expansive system of six community hospitals, two specialty hospitals, a cancer center and nearly 3,000  physicians with privileges was turnkey; despite its best efforts, instantaneous image sharing with its 50 referring facilities continued to...
 - Andrew Georgiou, PhD
Sponsored by an educational grant from McKesson
Implementing an electronic safety net for communicating imaging findings can help these results get acknowledged in a timely manner, often within 24 hours, according to a study published online in the Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association.
 - Joshua R. Vest, PhD, MPH
Sponsored by an educational grant from McKesson
Health information exchanges (HIEs) can reduce the chances of unnecessary repeat imaging procedures by as much as 25 percent, according to a study published online Jan. 14 in the American Journal of Managed Care.
 - Gary J. Wendt, MD
Sponsored by an educational grant from McKesson
Early medical image archiving was focused on one main goal: the display of images. No easy feat, especially as storage requirements grew and physicians began to expect images on-the-go through their tablets or phones, but the mission of sharing images remained clear.
 - Colorado Springs Health Partners
Sponsored by an educational grant from Optum
In healthcare today, managing the health of patients and practices is all about managing risk. Adding value-driven, population-focused strategic analytics makes the process a lot less risky. Colorado Springs Health Partners (CSHP) is proof positive that analytics and clinical intelligence work...

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