News | Enterprise Imaging | June 01, 2017

Vital Images to Address Specialized Workflow and Efficiency Challenges at SIIM 2017

Company will also demonstrate new solutions for image management workflow and predictive financial analytics

Vital Images to Address Specialized Workflow and Efficiency Challenges at SIIM 2017

June 1, 2017 — An industry expert from Vital Images, Inc. (Vital) is participating in a discussion with the healthcare community on specialized workflow and efficiency challenges at the Society for Imaging Informatics in Medicine (SIIM) 2017 annual meeting, June 1-3 in Pittsburgh.

Tim Dawson, vice president of engineering at Vital, will participate in the educational program, #AskIndustry Sessions, where vendors and SIIM attendees interact to gain valuable insights and find ways to collaboratively solve challenges frequently faced by organizations. 

The session, entitled “Challenges and Solutions: Enterprise-wide Access of Diagnostic and Clinical Images,” will address how to provide access to enterprise imaging and effectively integrate it within the electronic medical record (EMR), other portals and imaging informatics solutions. The session will also explore interoperability, diagnostic interpretation, and clinical and mobile use cases.

Along with showcasing its modular, enterprise-wide imaging portfolio, Vital is presenting two new solutions to expand its enterprise suite, including a specialized image management workflow solution and a predictive analytics solution. The specialized image management workflow is a fully aware monitoring and retrieval technology allowing for centralized access to images that are in disparate picture archiving and communication systems (PACS). Engineered to support multi-site and unaffiliated entities, a wide range of capabilities are available including patient matching, DICOM data alignment, pre-fetch and distribution. 

Vital will also demonstrate a work-in-progress predictive financial analytics application that helps healthcare leaders see the future financial success of their imaging businesses and receive recommendations for achieving revenue and cost-saving opportunities.

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