The Value of Interoperability: We’ve Come a Long Way

Posted by Lorelle Lapstra on Fri, Apr 29, 2016

I’ve worked in medical imaging for over 25 years and in that time I’ve seen the industry take amazing strides forward on the road to better patient care. When I compare today’s technology stack, the clinical breakthroughs, image quality and support for interoperability to where they were when I first began my career, it’s remarkable how far we’ve come. Industry players have matured from a proprietary, don’t share anything approach, to embracing standards and interoperability focused on improving patient care and cutting health care spending.

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SAR 2016 Conference Attendees Experience the Future of Radiology

Posted by PureWeb on Fri, Apr 15, 2016

 Clinicians from Cleveland Clinic and UC San Francisco Discuss Using Enterprise Viewer at Annual Gathering

The impact of cross-platform and mobile access to patient images is changing the workflow of radiologists, including their professional conferences and continuing medical education (CME). At the Society of Abdominal Radiology (SAR) 2016 annual meeting, BYOD support for accessing patient images played a significant role in the individual experience of participants. The conference’s “Small Bowel Imaging Hands-On Workshop” and Case of the Day program allowed attendees to experience how enterprise image access from laptops, smartphones and tablets will transform both their training and their day-to-day workflow.

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Peer-Reviewed Published Research Shows Mobile Devices Support Accurate Image-Viewing and Interpretation

Posted by PureWeb on Fri, Apr 8, 2016

When providers and healthcare institutions look at adopting new technology into clinical practice, their first consideration is the impact on patient care. To find information and evidence that a new technology is safe and effective for patient care, providers turn to peer-reviewed, published research. These reports and studies of new technology provide supporting data and evidence that a new technology will improve patient care.

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