Clearly, acquisition is a critical component to a well-constructed enterprise imaging strategy. But enterprise image acquisition is much more than just diagnostic imaging modalities; it’s the acquisition and accessibility of any medically relevant image. And it’s the delivery of that image into the hands of the people that need it whenever and wherever that need might arise. – Read Full Article as Featured in ITN Magazine
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The decision to adopt an enterprise imaging strategy must be made carefully, across the leadership and governance structure, with representation by every stakeholder group affected or invested into this initiative. One of the critical steps is to clearly define the organizations interpretation of enterprise imaging. – Read full story on this month’s ITN Magazine
Integrated delivery networks (IDN) undergoing enterprise image consolidations are faced with the challenge of combining various data and imaging silos that are indexed under multiple medical record numbers (MRN) or master patient indexes (MPI), thus creating a barrier for single longitudinal record access and visualization. – Read Full Article Featured in ITN Magazine
To create an enterprise imaging strategy that works, health care organizations need a roadmap that shows them how to make the best use of the images they have stored. And to be most effective, this transformation requires not only the development of an innovative strategy but also the adoption of iterative phased steps.
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Becker’s Hospital Review features Ascendian’s CEO in an interview on governance and strategy – Read Full Article Here