Efficiency and better patient outcomes matter. Radiologists, radiology administrators and CIOs tell us that improving efficiency and improved care delivery are two of the most important strategic goals and desired outcomes for Imaging IT systems.[1,2]
Hear Dr. Deible, medical director radiology Informatics at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center discuss his vision for using IT to improve communication and collaboration, provide better patient outcomes and improve the practice of radiology.
Learn about Centricity Universal Viewer with Imaging Desktop, a workflow solution designed to improve the radiologist reading experience by providing the right exams at the right time with access to clinical information and images that provides insights.
Combine the power of Centricity Universal Viewer with this new radiologist workflow and information solution to help increase efficiency and enhance patient outcomes.
Join us to hear how Centricity Solutions for Enterprise Imaging can help meet your strategic goals and learn what it will take to implement this new tool.
The webinar will be presented Aug. 25, 2015, 1-2 p.m. EST. REGISTER for the webinar.
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Barbara Mullarky, Senior Global Product Marketing Manager, GE Healthcare Enterprise Imaging
Barbara Mullarky has had a successful career in the healthcare industry, working in private industry and healthcare provider organizations. She has held roles in sales, marketing, product management and implementation, working with EMR and departmental systems. Mullarky joined GE in 2005 as the marketing manager for Centricity Laboratory. After working with Intermountain Healthcare on Qualibria, now part of joint venture between GE and Microsoft, she became the Senior Product Marketing Manager for Global Radiology. Prior to joining GE, Mullarky worked for Sunquest Information Systems, Wyndgate Technologies and the University Medical Center in Tucson, AZ, where she managed a team responsible for 27 departmental IT solutions, the ambulatory EMR and the patient safety initiatives. She has been working on the Universal Viewer and the development of the next generation imaging plan since 2011. She was responsible for the launch of the Universal Viewer at RSNA 2012.
Christopher Deible, M.D., Ph.D., Medical Director Radiology Informatics at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
Christopher Deible, M.D., Ph.D. is an assistant professor at the University of Pittsburgh Radiology with a specialty in CT, Digital Imaging and Radiology Informatics, and a clinical interest in Cardiac MRI. He completed a clinical/post-doctoral fellowship on Body Imaging at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, and has authored multiple articles for publications in the medical industry.
Rick Gouse, Senior Product Manager Radiology Workflow, GE Healthcare
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 UPMC is a collaboration partner of GEHC and as a result, has a financial interest in the development and commercialization of certain GEHC next generation imaging products.