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HIMSS Webinar: Imaging In and Imaging Out: How to Simplify Your Workflow

Watch this webinar to hear panelists share how facilities can balance their IT and clinical needs for a system that would make imaging available when and where it is needed and match patient data rapidly.

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Leading facilities still find themselves overwhelmed by a stack of CDs in the film library. As networks continually expand and facilities find themselves with an increasing need to access priors to reduce duplicate imaging, the quest for streamlined image exchange continues to grow. During this presentation, the audience will hear how facilities can balance their needs for a system that would make imaging available when and where it is needed and match patient data rapidly.

Watch this on-demand webinar to…

  • Identify broader healthcare trends towards increased image sharing, referral networks, and revenue-generating programs
  • Discuss how efficient matching of patient data speeds up time-to-care delivery and improves clinical outcomes
  • Analyze the potential cost savings of eliminating image transfer on CDs and increasing overall staff productivity

Speakers

Catherine Slotnick
Catherine Slotnick

Director of Marketing, Ambra Health

Chantel Hopper
Chantel Hopper

Director of Customer Success, Ambra Health

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