Why is disaster recovery important in healthcare? Because patient lives depend on it. Although this answer may seem simple, healthcare organizations often overlook the importance of planning for the worst. The reality is that patients’ lives depend on healthcare data being available to their doctors. Lack of access to that information – because of a […]
One billion images in the cloud. It’s a milestone that’s difficult to envision but easy to take pride in. Merge recently hit this mark – with over 100 clients – securely storing a billion images in our iConnect® Cloud Archive. And while milestones can mean different things to different people (and organizations), at Merge, this […]
The 2013 merger between Edward Hospital & Health Services and Elmhurst Memorial Healthcare created one of the largest health systems in Illinois. As is often the case with this type of amalgamation, executives of the newly named Edward-Elmhurst Healthcare faced numerous integration challenges and had to determine the best way to maximize each organization’s strengths. […]
The successful implementation of imaging IT in a clinical environment involves many stakeholders, clinical and technical considerations, and end-users. Discover the 10 essential steps to imaging IT implementation and long-term success. To read the rest of this eBook, please register. Download the eBook
IBM Watson Imaging Clinical Review is the first cognitive solution from Watson Health’s medical imaging business. To understand customer perceptions of Watson Imaging Clinical Review, we asked a select few members of the Watson Health Medical Imaging Collaborative to put it under the microscope. Over a total of 22 hours, we met with 38 professionals […]
Learn how Watson Health is empowering radiologists to see the unseen. Eric Rubin, radiologist at Southeast Radiology Ltd., conveys how important it is for physicians to be directly involved in the development of the software they will use to administer care.
Over the last few years, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center’s (CCHMC) enterprise imaging strategy has been simmering. After starting with radiology and cardiology, the hospital is preparing to add images from across all ‘ologies and fully bring its enterprise archive to a boil.
The ophthalmology industry is quickly evolving, shaped by factors such as increasing global demand and significant advancements in imaging technology. Staying on top of these changes and securing the best tools and strategies to address them is critical to the success of any industry provider, and Singapore National Eye Centre (SNEC) is no exception.
Smartphones and other mobile devices are becoming just as common in the hands of clinicians as they are in the hands of today’s teenagers. “Dermatologists, emergency room physicians, ophthalmologists, plastic surgeons and other physicians routinely utilize smart devices to document clinical disorders and pathologies.