Sponsored Content | Case Study | Cardiovascular Information Systems (CVIS) | November 23, 2020

Leveraging the Right Image and Reporting Platform in Cardiology for Optimal Performance and Outcomes

Leveraging the Right Image and Reporting Platform in Cardiology for Optimal Performance and Outcomes and picking a cardiovascular information system (CVIS).

This Frost & Sullivan Executive White Paper explains that digitization is the shift to value-based care and risk-sharing payment models, and provider landscape consolidation have changed IT solution requirements to optimize clinical and non-clinical areas of operation and performance. Cardiology groups, service lines and practices will continue to face a dynamic environment of change catalyzing the need to have the right strategy in place to provide the best care for patients, the best experience for themselves, and optimal outcomes and financial performance.

The case study includes the following section topics:
   • A Dynamic Provider Environment Impacting Cardiology
   • The Impact of Digitization
   • The Impact of Value-based Care
   • Challenges in Cardiology Informatics and Practices Today
   • Factors of Importance for Cardiovascular Information Systems (CVIS): Factors of Importance for CVIS Moving Forward
   • Factors of Importance for Cardiovascular Information Systems (CVIS): CVIS Capabilities Supporting End-users
   • Factors of Importance for Cardiovascular Information Systems (CVIS): CVIS Capabilities Supporting the Organization
   • Choosing the Right CVIS: Embrace the Cloud
   • Choosing the Right CVIS: Support the needs of all organizational stakeholders
   • Choosing the Right CVIS: Future-proof Your Informatics Strategy
   • Next Steps

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