Sponsored Content | Whitepapers | Enterprise Imaging | January 04, 2016

Intelligent Worklist and Business Rules Help Improve Imaging Efficiency Over Multiple Facilities and PACS

Intelligent Worklist and Business Rules Help Improve Imaging Efficiency Over Multiple Facilities and PACS

 Like much of healthcare, the business of radiology is continuously being challenged to search for ways to define their value in an ACO model. Finding the balance between volume-based, efficient care and the desire to be more involved in the patient care team can be difficult.

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