November 28, 2022 — CareCloud, Inc., a leader in healthcare technology solutions for medical practices and health systems nationwide, today announced its medSR division will exhibit in booth 3966 at the Radiological Society of North America’s Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting on Nov. 27-30 at McCormick Place Convention Center in Chicago. The 108th annual event will explore radiology’s impact on the patient experience.
At its booth, medSR will speak to attendees about how its experienced healthcare resources can help providers confidently navigate the increasing pressures of the healthcare industry through premier healthcare information technology and operations consulting. Whether it is help with selecting the best information technology system, end-user training, or revenue cycle optimization and operational support, medSR offers a full life-cycle of services that can meet specific needs in a cost-effective manner.
“As one of the busiest healthcare departments, radiologists are not immune to the challenges furthering the healthcare burnout rate,” said Dwight Garvin, medSR’s executive vice president and chief operating officer. “medSR's deep and diversified knowledge can help healthcare organizations, standalone radiology practices or ambulatory centers select, implement, and provide training for any healthcare information technology (IT) system. We can also help any radiology department create a strategy to streamline workflows, and our staffing services can alleviate time-consuming tasks and assist in increasing annual recurring net revenues growth.”
Additionally, medSR consultants are electronic health record (EHR) vendor agnostic and knowledgeable in implementing projects involving cardiology and radiology information and systems (CIS and RIS) and picture archiving information (PACS). medSR also has extensive data migration and integration experience with native DICOM, HL7, SOAP/REST/FHIR and other protocols that lead to successful healthcare integration.
The 2022 meeting, titled Empowering Patients and Partners in Care, will showcase the latest in medical imaging science, education and technical innovation to an expected 14,000 attendees. The program also boasts a robust plenary session filled with speakers who will focus their topics on patient-centered care.
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