#422 – The Resource Wire

  • “When will I be back?” is athletes’ first question following a sports-related injury, and New York’s Hospital for Special Surgery increasingly relies on GE Healthcare MR technology for its answers. See how HSS is leveraging GE’s MR scanners, coils, and solutions to achieve more accurate assessments and better patient experiences.
  • To solve the challenges of enterprise imaging, you’ll need a strategy that addresses today’s needs and future challenges. Answer the questions to see if you’re prepared to formulate a more effective healthcare IT plan.
  • Faced with two aging legacy PACS systems, South Jersey Radiology Associates moved to Intelerad’s IntelePACS, allowing its 12 sites to operate as a single, more-efficient entity. See how SJRA has since improved its radiologist efficiency by 8% to 10% and achieved a unified experience across its locations.
  • Check out this talk from Eliot Siegel, MD on the “Hype, Myth, Reality and Next Steps” of imaging AI, including a profile on Canon’s AiCE Deep Learning Reconstruction solution at around the 4-minute mark.
  • Working on improving your radiology department’s performance? This Novarad post details the many aspects that contribute to a radiology department’s performance, and how Novarad can help.
  • Do your radiologists want faster and less manual access to imaging studies? See how the Indiana Health Information Exchange (IHIE), the largest inter-organizational clinical data repository in the US, cut its imaging study retrieval time by 94% when it adopted Nuance PowerShare.
  • Think your imaging center patients and staff might be open to a better check-in process? See how Radiology Associates of Daytona (RA) streamlined patient check-ins with Fujifilm’s Synapse RIS-integrated Royal Kiosks. 
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-- The Imaging Wire team