Enterprise Imaging Webinar Series



See your whole patient with enterprise imaging

In this webinar series, hear from Hyland Healthcare experts and our customers as we share an overview of our enterprise imaging solutions.

  • Eight compelling reasons to move beyond PACS and toward a strategy capable of merging imaging platforms and augmenting siloed systems
  • Best practices for centrally managing point-of-care images as part of the patient record
  • How to build a vendor-neutral enterprise imaging infrastructure that will meet the demands of your organization

 

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Part 1: 8 Reasons Why – It’s time to look beyond PACS for imaging

Presenter: Phil Wasson, Healthcare Industry Manager, Hyland
Special Guest: Andrew Longoria, PACS/Radiology Informatics Manager, The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia

Like many healthcare facilities, you probably rely solely on proprietary PACS to manage all of your patient medical images. In this webinar, you will learn why this approach is woefully inadequate (and potentially dangerous) in today’s healthcare environment. This web event will outline 8 compelling reasons to move beyond PACS and toward a strategy capable of merging imaging platforms and augmenting siloed systems. These 8 reasons fall into 3 categories:

Controlling financial performance
Improving patient outcomes
Navigating regulations and mitigating risk

This webinar will share how Children's Hospital of Philadelphia has approached the development of a medical imaging strategy. It will outline the important categories that comprise the reasons why a medical imaging strategy is important while sharing their transition from a PACS-only approach. 

Part 2: Do you have a grip on point-of-care images?

Presenter: Julie McDonald, Senior Customer Advisor, Hyland 
Special Guests: Daniel B. Park, MD, Assistant Professor UNC Health Care, Brad Cook, IT Applications Developer, UNC Health Care and 
Jeff Agricola, IT Manager, UNC Health Care

Are you accurately capturing all information on medical imaging procedures that fall outside of order-based radiology or cardiology processes? If not, you could be leaving a ton of money on the table. Point-of-care imaging procedures typically originate in departments such as ultrasound, digital OR, endoscopy, ED and many others. These images are often poorly managed — trapped in silos and exposing your organization to risk, lost reimbursement and poor patient care. 

In this webinar, we will outline best practices for centrally managing point-of-care images as part of the patient record by leveraging vendor-neutral technologies such as a VNA (Vendor Neutral Archive), multi-specialty universal viewer and image acquisition and connectivity solutions. UNC Health Care will also share how it is currently addressing this challenge in its ED and the dermatology department by using XDS to connect skin photos to its Epic EMR.

Part 3: The Future Is Now: Building your next-generation imaging infrastructure

Presenter: Razvan Atanasiu, Chief Technology Officer, Enterprise Imaging, Hyland
Special Guest: Matt Zawalich, Director, Clinical Imaging Technology, Yale New Haven Health Services Corporation

Healthcare has evolved. Medical advances are allowing for faster, more accurate diagnosis, treatment and a better quality of life. Unfortunately, far too many medical imaging infrastructures are not keeping pace with these advancements. Is your current imaging environment optimized to provide enterprise-wide accessibility to images in a patient-centered manner? Is it designed to be interoperable by leveraging the latest industry standards? Is it ready to take advantage of the latest artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning technologies?

In this webinar, we’ll outline how to build a vendor-neutral enterprise imaging infrastructure that will meet all of these demands and more. We’ll also show you how health care facilities like yours are already benefiting by deploying imaging strategies focused on the future.