Webinar | Remote Viewing Systems| January 26, 2016

Mobile Device Image Acquisition and Access — Clinical Collaboration and Risk Reduction With Intelligent Presentation of Images Within the EHR

Webinar sponsored by Agfa HealthCare

Mobile device image acquisition and access enables multiple benefits that address clinical and operational transformation. This webinar explores improvements in physician and nursing care delivery through enhanced collaboration with the secure mobile capture (digital photos) and collaborative sharing of multispecialty images (radiology, cardiology, digital photos, etc.) on mobile devices. It also will discuss potential mitigation of regulatory compliance issues (HIPAA, etc). Additional topics include best practices for assigning appropriate patient demographics and for enabling intelligent presentation of images within the elecronic health record (EHR), and how the image-enabled EHR supports cost containment initiatives.

The Webinar was held Feb. 23, 2016

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Speaker:
Kimberley Garriott 
Principal Consultant, Healthcare Strategies 
Logicalis, Inc. 

At Logicalis, Garriott counsels clients on healthcare IT strategies and the business value for potential healthcare IT projects. With more than two decades of business and IT leadership experience, she has a strong background in clinical imaging and workflow process improvement. Previously, Garriott assisted with the design and implementation of the Cleveland Clinic’s enterprise imaging strategy and also served as CIO for the Pittsburgh-based Foundation Radiology Group. She helped create the HIMSS-SIIM Joint Enterprise Imaging Workgroup and continues to serve in a leadership capacity there, has been published in The Journal of the American College of Radiology as co-author of “Planning for PACS – A Comprehensive Guide to Non-Technical Considerations,” and is a regular speaker at national healthcare events.

About Agfa HealthCare

Agfa HealthCare, a member of the Agfa-Gevaert Group, is a global leader in health IT and diagnostic imaging systems, providing a broad range of interoperable department, enterprise, and regional imaging solutions to healthcare networks worldwide. The company has nearly a century of healthcare experience and has been a pioneer in the healthcare IT market since the early 1990’s. Agfa HealthCare is committed to its standards-based, integrated data approach to help clinicians advance quality care through workflow efficiencies and patient safety. The company has sales offices and agents in over 100 markets worldwide.

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