Future-proofing enterprise imaging

Preparing for the enterprise imaging of tomorrow

Enterprise imaging is a fundamental component of a modern health system, but it continues to evolve. As more vendors and healthcare organizations integrate a broader range of new and emerging technologies with imaging, providers need to be prepared for future, especially as these core systems become more linked with electronic health record platforms. In this special project, we look at the how smart systems are girding for the future.

Essential reports and insights

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Enterprise imaging meets AI, cloud

by Bill Siwicki

Here’s a look at how to prepare today for the onslaught of technological advancements that are rapidly changing digital imaging.

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Setting a high bar for enterprise imaging

by Bill Siwicki

The benefits to patient care are clear when systems are aligned with EHRs and workflows are adjusted to account for different platforms.

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List: 10 steps to future-proof imaging

by Bill Siwicki

For starters, focus on outcomes and simplify processes where you can, health IT leaders say.

News and features to help you prepare

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AI monitors pregnant mothers with early warning platform

by Bill Siwicki

PeriGen seeks to help physicians monitor moms while Fujifilm Medical Systems is expanding an AI research project for imaging technologies.

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Adoption of cloud-based imaging informatics tools set to accelerate

by Bill Siwicki

After years of skepticism and uncertainty, the future of imaging informatics is firmly tied to the cloud, a Frost & Sullivan study says.

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Konica Minolta ramps up focus on 'intelligent analytics' for enterprise imaging

by Mike Miliard

The vendor is working to improve workflow, security and efficiency with its Exa platform for radiologists and clinicians.

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Some PACS and VNA vendors are struggling to innovate

by Mike Miliard

GE Healthcare, Carestream and Agfa lead mindshare for international deployments, but not all customers are satisfied, says KLAS.

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How a $10 microchip can turn ultrasounds into high-powered 3D image machines

by Jeff Lagasse

The cost-effective way to boost capabilities can save providers thousands.