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Enterprise imaging solutions for better patient care

Watson Health enterprise imaging solutions enhance workflows and deliver efficiencies that drive immediate impact while helping physicians prepare for the future.

Image management

The need for enterprise imaging

As healthcare organizations grow in size and complexity, so do their IT systems. Imaging data is often scattered across multiple sources in multiple locations, making it very challenging to access a complete patient record.

A comprehensive enterprise imaging strategy can give providers crucial access to the patient images and data they need so they can make confident care decisions.

Is your EHR pulling its weight?

EHRs are an enormous investment for healthcare organizations, yet they’re not delivering on their potential. But taking steps, such as image-enabling EHRs and integrating them with imaging management systems, can significantly increase the value of EHRs for your organization.

Managing image overload

Imaging data is growing in both volume and type. Managing it all is becoming increasingly difficult for organizations. See how adopting an image management strategy and create benefits, such as interoperability for providers and scalability for IT leaders.

Does your radiology workflow need fixing?

Providers often spend as much time on administrative tasks as caring for patients. Solutions that enable clinical decision support, customizable worklists and pre-populated reporting functions can improve radiology workflows, which can help physicians be more informed, efficient and satisfied.


Improve radiology workflows

Radiologists are facing growing workloads as image volume increases. They need to work efficiently, but instead they are bogged down with disconnected data and systems that generate busywork, often taking away from time dedicated to patient care.

When organizations implement solutions to improve the radiology workflow, radiologists have more time to focus on reading studies and can make more informed care decisions. They can also complete reports and other administrative tasks more efficiently, allowing them to manage their caseload with less stress and burnout.

AI and imaging


Optimize imaging data accessibility and storage

When medical images and imaging data are siloed in disparate systems, it can impede providers from accessing valuable patient information. It also puts a strain on business and IT leaders, who must support and maintain more resources than needed.

Healthcare organizations need a way to store, manage and share images enterprise-wide, regardless of source or format, to facilitate interoperability and reduce storage costs and compliance risk while managing data.