Change Healthcare-sponsored webinar takes place December 15 at 2 p.m. ET.
How can cardiovascular imaging departments leverage best-in-class user experience design to address the challenges of turning fragmented data into outcomes?
Join Dr. Jennifer Hall and Dr. Scott Flamm as they discuss the importance of UX in the adoption of structured reporting, and how data consolidation can improve the speed and quality of imaging and cardiologist’s workflow.
Health systems have recognized that aggregated imaging data is an asset rather than a liability. Disparate systems and siloed databases result in unnecessary time compiling data from across the organization. It can be challenging for imaging leaders and care teams to stay abreast of digital innovation, and drive adoption across the health system to realize the ROI and ultimately enhanced patient care.
Consolidating the data that has traditionally been siloed can help providers realize performance advantages, proving pivotal to demonstrating value in this era of value-based care.
This session will help attendees understand the benefits of leveraging clinical workflow excellence at all layers and provide a best practices approach to user experience and data management, including:
- How artificial intelligence tools are driving improved clinical workflow
- What imaging vendors can do to ensure an optimal user experience
- The role of structured reporting in data storage and discovery
- How data consolidation and analytics can drive business growth
- Balancing the needs of IT and the imaging department
Jennifer Hall, Ph.D., FAHA
Hall is the Chief of Data Science and the co-director of the Institute for Precision Cardiovascular Medicine at the American Heart Association. She leads the Association’s groundbreaking initiatives in cardiovascular medicine by leveraging data analysis, new technologies and strategic alliances to fulfill the promise of precision medicine.
Scott D. Flamm, M.D.
Scott Flamm is head of the Section of Cardiovascular Imaging in the Cleveland Clinic Division of Radiology. He’s certified in Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance and in Protecting Human Research Subjects in Biomedical and Genetic Research. Hisspecialty interests include cardiovascular MRI, cardiovascular CT, ischemic heart disease and congenital heart disease.
Change Healthcare is a leading independent healthcare technology company, focused on insights, innovation and accelerating the transformation of the healthcare system through the power of the Change Healthcare platform. Change Healthcare facilitates over 15 billion transactions and more than one-third of all U.S. healthcare expenditures. The company is a leader in Enterprise Imagingand manages over 41 petabytes of imaging data annually. Their customer base includes approximately 2,400 payer connections, 3,400 imaging facilities, 1,000,000 physicians, 125,000 dentists, 39,000 pharmacies, 6,000 hospitals and 700 laboratories.