Regional Health Systems are experiencing an unprecedented consolidation as they try to establish an Enterprise Imaging (EI) strategy to take advantage of their newfound scale in their local markets. Development of an EI strategy has proven to be very challenging due to segregated informatics systems and isolated imaging silos and the reality of incorporating the next acquisition hospital or imaging center around the corner. Workflow Manager/Engine (WFM) technology, whether procured as a single application or already available with an implemented platform, allows healthcare providers to leverage existing imaging technology and establish early stages of an EI environment without major systems replacements.
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