Imaging Enterprise - Mesh Radiology with Healthcare IT Strategy

Event Information
Product Format
Prerecorded Event
Presenter(s)
Conference Date
Thu, May 10, 2018
Length
60 minutes
Product Description

Emerging Imaging Trends, Value-Based Care and Population Health Management


Radiology has a bright future as the healthcare field moves toward population health management and value-based care, but that future won’t make itself. Radiological procedures and tests used to be revenue centers. They’re now being pushed to become cost centers. But integrating imaging into an overall information technology (IT) strategy can revitalize your radiology department.

Understanding the evolution of imaging IT, the technologies involved, and how imaging needs to interoperate within the healthcare IT environment is important to a successful overall IT strategy. Join healthcare imaging professional Joseph L. Marion as he teaches you how imaging IT fits into an overall IT strategy, and why an enterprise approach is necessary in today’s changing healthcare environment.

After attending this event, you will understand how imaging IT relates to value-based care and population health management, how imaging has evolved from its early communications systems to today’s enterprise imaging, and how to approach the emerging imaging trends—such as, artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, and workflow orchestration—that will impact your IT plan.

Session Highlights

In this expert presentation, you will learn:

  • How imaging IT relates to population health management and value-based care
  • How imaging has evolved from the earlier Picture Archive and Communications Systems (PACS) to today’s enterprise imaging
  • Specific technologies and the imaging standards involved
  • Emerging imaging trends, including AI, machine learning, and workflow orchestration
  • Case studies and examples of enterprise imaging implementation

Session Agenda

This session will cover:

  • Evolution of digital imaging
  • Evolution of PACS
  • Evolution of imaging interoperability
  • Current/future states of enterprise imaging
  • Differences between PACS and Enterprise Image Management (EIM)
  • Enterprise image management
    • Definition
    • Objective
    • Why EIM?
  • EIM challenges
  • Enterprise imaging IT strategy relevance

Who Should Attend

  • Chief information officers
  • IT staff
  • Imaging service line administrators in radiology and cardiology
  • Picture Archive and Communications Systems administrators
  • Clinical staff physicians

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About Our Speaker

Joseph L. Marion

Joseph L Marion has been in the healthcare imaging market for 42 years, beginning as the product planning manager for Computed Tomography products at GE Medical Systems. Mr. Marion was instrumental in GE early efforts with Picture Archive and Communications Systems (PACS), and was marketing manager for GE’s early PACS efforts.


Mr. Marion left GE in 1993 and started Healthcare Integration Strategies to assist...   More Info
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