The business of imaging is changing. With reimbursements increasingly tied to outcomes, providers are searching for a more cost-effective way to store, access, and use their vast stockpiles of medical imaging data. Powerful advancements in cloud-native technology are paving the way for better care delivery and improved financial and operational outcomes—at a reduced cost.Before we go further, let’s make sure we understand what is meant by the term enterprise imaging.
Automation often breeds worry, as the people working in an area being automated sometimes fear the technology will put them out of a job. However, Montefiore Nyack Hospital—a 250-bed community hospital located 30 miles north of New York City—found that implementing artificial intelligence (AI) in the radiology department didn’t lead to panic, but instead was viewed as a much-appreciated, reliable safety net.Accelerating turnaround was the initial goalMontefiore Nyack Hospital has
– Virtual care company for managing obstetrics Babyscripts announced a partnership with Amerigroup, a Medicaid Managed Care Organization (MCO) to deliver pregnancy care solutions to George Washington University Hospital, Community of Hope and other local hospitals in the D.C. region. – The partnership will increase access to care for pregnant mothers, delivering the benefits of remote monitoring and virtual care through Babyscripts’ mobile and web-based solution. Babyscripts, the leading virtual
by Change Healthcare Nov 19, 2019, 11:43AM Enterprise Risk Management, HITRUST, SOC 2, and You2019-11-192019-12-21https://www.changehealthcare.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/ch_red_blue_logo.pngchangehealthcare-bloghttps://www.changehealthcare.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/761840059-medium.jpg200px200px http://traffic.libsyn.com/changehealthcare/SOC__HITRUST_2019-09-I.mp3Not long ago healthcare IT systems were information silos, safely isolated inside a payer’s or provider’s data center. The greatest threat to IT security was the unlikely inside job. Fast forward to 2019, and HIT systems are increasingly enmeshed across corporate, government, vendor, and even consumer boundaries. Information is flowing between multiple on-premise and cloud