News | Cardiac Imaging | February 29, 2024

Webinar on Optimizing Structural Heart Workflows to be Rescheduled

On March 25, Diagnostic and Interventional Cardiology will present a webinar on "Maximizing Structural Heart Workflows: Harnessing the Power of CVIS and AI."

PLEASE NOTE: This webinar has been postponed to a later date. 

A new date will be posted in the coming days. 

 

On March 25, Diagnostic and Interventional Cardiology will present a webinar on "Maximizing Structural Heart Workflows: Harnessing the Power of CVIS and AI." The webinar will take place at 1 p.m. eastern time and is sponsored by Optum.

Omer Schalit–Cohen, chief product officer at Optum’s Healthcare Enterprising Imaging business unit, will be the presenter.

This insightful webinar will address optimizing workflow and efficiencies in the cardiovascular imaging department. The presenter will examine how you can harness the power of the CVIS and AI technologies to enhance structural heart workflow in the EP lab and ultrasound procedures.

In today's fast-paced healthcare environment, it is crucial to have a comprehensive understanding of how a CVIS can support clinical workflow and meet the specific needs of EP and structural heart procedures. This webinar will delve into the key elements of an ideal system that can streamline processes, improve efficiency, and enhance patient care. From seamless integrations to intelligent data management, we will explore how a well-designed CVIS can transform your workflow and make it more efficient than ever before.

Additionally, Schalit–Cohen will delve into the realm of AI technologies and their potential to support structural heart workflows. By leveraging AI, healthcare professionals can unlock new insights, automate repetitive tasks, and optimize throughput, ultimately leading to improved patient outcomes.

Schalit–Cohen will share insights, experiences, and best practices in leveraging CVIS and AI technologies. Don't miss this opportunity to gain valuable knowledge and stay at the forefront of innovation in cardiovascular care.

 

Learning Objectives
 

Attendees will learn: 
    •    Key components of an ideal CVIS for EP and structural heart procedures.     
    •    How a well-designed CVIS streamlines processes and improve efficiency.
    •    The potential of AI technologies to revolutionize workflows.

 

Omer Schalit-Cohen
Omer Schalit-Cohen

Omer Schalit–Cohen is the chief product officer at Optum’s Healthcare Enterprising Imaging business unit. With more than 20 years of experience in innovation, he is an expert in the Imaging’s department complex workflows and has been instrumental in driving market leading solutions that have significantly enhanced patient care and department’s efficiency. as well as customer satisfaction. He holds a Bsc in Bioinformatics an MBA and BA in conflict resolution and mediation.

Click here to learn more and to register for the webinar.
 

Company Profile

Optum is a leading information and technology-enabled health services business dedicated to helping make the health system work better for everyone. With more than 215,000 people worldwide, Optum delivers intelligent, integrated solutions that help to modernize the health system and improve overall population health. Optum is part of UnitedHealth Group. For more information, visit optum.com.

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