- Reasons to Adopt Enterprise Imaging
Improved Patient Care
Patient care is paramount, and when enterprise imaging is adopted, quality of care can be elevated. It’s also important to note that today’s culture has shifted away from simply diagnosing and treating the sick. Today’s healthcare culture is primed for an emphasis on proactive and preventive care.
The current EHR and PACS require clinicians and providers to search through multiple systems to get acquainted with a patient’s medical history and profile. Crucial diagnoses could potentially be missed because the information was too buried or in too many disparate systems to be found and reconciled.Read More
- Clinical Efficiencies Solved by Enterprise ImagingHow to Know When You Need a Modern EI Implementation.
Common Challenge: Wasted staff hours due to workflow inefficiencies associated with importing images from DVD.
The scenario is common across healthcare delivery organizations when disparate PACS systems create an inability to easily exchange images. Instead, outdated systems require images to be imported from a DVD or other physical storage mechanism. Because this is cumbersome, a provider is often forced to order a repeat exam that is not medically necessary. This, in turn, creates delays in treatment while waiting for additional images. Physician and patient dissatisfaction results, as care is slow and cumbersome, and the cost of testing is unnecessarily increased.Read More
- FAQ: How Enterprise Medical Imaging Plays a Role in Interoperability and TelemedicineWith the arrival of COVID-19 on the world stage, interest in telemedicine and interoperability has surged in the recent months. It can literally be a lifesaver, potentially allowing doctors and patients to connect remotely and help prevent spreading the disease. The ability to digitally share patient data and medical images can be critical to the doctor-patient interaction.
Enterprise imaging plays an important role in facilitiating image sharing via telemedicine. We’ve answered some common questions about how this technology supports virtual visits and medical image sharing on behalf of patients and providers.Read More
- Considering a PACS Healthcare System Replacement? Look Further to Enterprise ImagingThe imaging and data needs of healthcare organizations are ever-changing, as new technology and mandates shape the future of care. Read More
- Stats You Need to Know About the State of InteroperabilityInteroperability is a goal of many health systems as they work to give patients better access to their data and improve internal workflows.
This vision includes patient access to medical information from the device and app of their choice. Providers can seamlessly share information between systems to have a fuller picture of a patient’s health history.
Governing this future is the 21st Century Cares Act, which includes final interoperability rules from the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) and Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS).Read More
- Accelerate Your Existing Vendor Neutral Archive (VNA)In healthcare organizations, picture archiving communication systems, or PACS, have been the foundation of medical imaging. However, as the digital transformation of healthcare and the world progresses, PACS are being phased out in favor of vendor neutral archives (VNAs). Read More
- Enterprise Imaging Strategies and Challenges for Digital Transformation
Recently, Gartner released a report on imaging content management in healthcare. In the comprehensive guide, Gartner outlines several challenges facing healthcare enterprises today, while also defining several actionable steps organizations can take to fill the existing enterprise imaging gap.Read More
- Why is Medical Imaging Metadata Important?The key to effective data and medical image storage is metadata. This infographic will provide a better understanding of metadata – the key to effective data storage and access. Read More
- Enterprise Imaging 101: What You Need to Know
In today’s modern medical era, the demands placed on a care provider are complex. Care providers are responsible for providing personable, hands-on, patient care while also managing highly technical processes like updating electronic health records (EHR), operating advanced technology, and communicating via multiple devices.
Much of this behind-the-scenes work is management of patient data including health records, radiology scans, imaging results, and other multimedia. With the advent of the digital age and the data-driven revolution, it is important for healthcare organizations to have a strong strategy for managing all this information.
Enterprise imaging is the area of healthcare that aims to bring together important patient data, images, and multimedia. In this guide, we’ll fully explore the facets of enterprise imaging and how they contribute to consistent, quality, patient care.Read More
- Is the past really the best predictor of the future?
Healthcare enterprise analytics: Manage where you want to be – not where you’ve been.
Several famous quotes advocate for the idea that past behavior is the best predictor of future behavior. But making decisions about the future solely based on past data will leave healthcare organizations incapable of adapting to today’s dynamic landscape. Increasing financial pressures, mergers and acquisitions, competitive threats, and new government quality initiatives are forcing healthcare leaders to think differently about how they operate and how they look at data.Read More