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SIIM Webinar: It’s Time to Ditch the Disk: Improve Patient Care by Eliminating CDs

Panelists discuss the steps that healthcare systems and providers can take to save time and money by eliminating CDs.

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During this webinar hosted by SIIM, panelists discussed the steps that healthcare systems and providers can take to save time and money by eliminating CDs. Our healthcare system as a whole needs to push forward on interoperability to increase image sharing across facilities. It’s time to Ditch the Disk and move towards cloud-based image sharing.

Watch this on-demand webinar to learn how cloud technology improves outcomes in trauma and telestroke cases, why patients across generations are demanding access to imaging, and how new regulations will push for an end to CDs.

Webinar Objectives

  • Understand the negative impact of CDs on a facility’s daily workflows, budget, and staff.
  • Evaluate new demands from patients regarding imaging accessibility.
  • Discuss solutions for enabling digital image exchange within and across facilities.

Speakers

Geraldine B. McGinty, MD, MBA, FACR
Geraldine B. McGinty, MD, MBA, FACR

Chair, ACR Board of Chancellors
Weill Cornell Medicine
Chief Strategy and Contracting Officer, Weill Cornell Medical College

David S. Mendelson, MD
David S. Mendelson, MD

Vice Chair Radiology IT, Mount Sinai Department of Radiology

Laurie A. Perry, RN
Laurie A. Perry, RN

Lead System Analyst, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Ctr

Morris J. Panner, JD
Morris J. Panner, JD

Chief Executive Officer, Ambra Health

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