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What Does the Future Hold for Medical Image Management

Dr. Jeremy Friese, Mayo Clinic and Dr. Safwan Halabi, Stanford Children’s Health share their views on the state of medical imaging.

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What Does the Future Hold for Medical Image Management

Featuring Thought Leaders from Mayo Clinic & Stanford Children’s Health

Watch an on-demand webinar from two thought-leading physicians, Dr. Jeremy Friese of the Mayo Clinic and Dr. Safwan Halabi of Stanford Children’s Health, as they share their views on the current state of medical imaging, how innovations in technology might help, and what the future holds.

During this panel moderated by Morris Panner, CEO of Ambra Health (formerly known as DICOM Grid), you’ll learn how leading providers are:

  • Managing high volume image exchange while working with ever-expanding provider networks.
  • Using technology like cloud applications to drive change and efficiency in image management.
  • Improving the patient experience with patient portals and self-service healthcare access.
  • Delivering on interoperability initiatives by image-enabling their EHR systems.

Watch this thought-leadership panel today for best practices to apply to your organization.

Speakers

Dr. Jeremy Friese

Physician, Mayo Clinic

Dr. Safwan Halabi

Medical Director of Radiology Informatics, Stanford Children's Health

Morris Panner

CEO, Ambra Health (formerly DICOM Grid)

Mini Peiris

CMO, Ambra Health (formerly DICOM Grid)

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