Webinars

Listen to a conversation with Kathy Tunstall — Imaging Informatics Director at the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center — and learn more about how Nuance Healthcare solutions helped OSU.

Emory Saint Joseph’s Hospital in Atlanta is managing more than $2.5 million in inventory. Listen to this webinar to learn more about their inventory management best practices.

Are you maximizing your reimbursement based on your cardiovascular patient base? How have you been handling all of the new coding updates around ICD-10 since October 1st, along with the scrutiny around increased specificity with medical documentation?

Dax Ewbank, Enterprise Solutions Architect discusses how INTEGRIS Health partnered with the TeraMedica Division of FUJIFILM Medical Systems U.S.A., Inc. to rearchitect the entire enterprise imaging infrastructure with the VNA as a foundation

Bakersfield Heart Hospital was as an early adopter of Abiomed’s Impella 2.5 miniature temporary ventricular assist device and now has expanded its use in elective and urgent high-risk PCI procedures.

Dr. du Plessis of the Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust discusses how wider digital adoption will speed up reporting, provide greater intelligence, join-up care and allow pathologists to carry out their work much more efficiently.

Training and passion sit at the core of the University of Washington Medical Center heart team's mission. Learn how this national training site for Protected PCI with hemodynamic support is teaching: hands-on, in-depth, in-person, head to head.

Growth seeded the need for a dedicated PCI program at Saratoga Hospital that went live in January along with a complete technology overhaul: cath lab, echo, hemodynamic monitoring and a fully integrated cardiovascular information system. The PCI program, close to 100 interventions later, is considered a jewel of the county. It also is a model for other facilities needing a technology refresh.

Building a Protected PCI Program: The Heart Team Approach

Intense pressure to move from fee-for-service to value-based care and reimbursement driving commercial payer, hospital system and group practice consolidations are forcing independent radiology practices of all sizes to reassess, and where required, increase their relevance to the systems they serve in order to remain successfully independent.