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Demystifying Cross-Enterprise Imaging: Industry Analysts & Thought Leaders Weigh In

Demystifying Cross-Enterprise Imaging

September 20, 2017 — With the transition to a value-based healthcare model, and an industry ripe with consolidation, cross-enterprise imaging continues to grow in importance. In this ebook from Intelerad, five industry experts define cross-enterprise imaging, explain why it is important, and why it needs be on your radar.

Chapters include:

  • What is Cross-Enterprise Imaging? — Nadim Daher, principal analyst, Frost & Sullivan;
  • The Business Case for Cross-Enterprise Imaging — Christopher McMillan, CEO, Diversified Radiology of Colorado;
  • The Clinical Advantage of a Cross-Enterprise Imaging Workflow — Christopher M. Fleener, M.D., body/abdominal imaging specialist & president, Advanced Medical Imaging Consultants;
  • Changes in the Market that are Causing a Greater Need for Cross-Enterprise Imaging — Advisory Board Company; and
  • Cross-Enterprise Imaging: What to Look for in a Solution — Jef Williams, managing partner, Paragon Consulting Partners

Download the free ebook here.

For more information: www.intelerad.com

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