The ONE Thing That Patients Really, Really Want In Consumer-driven Healthcare

There’s a running joke that the problem with healthcare interoperability is not that it lacks standards. The problem with healthcare interoperability is that there are too many ...
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lifeIMAGE LITE: Building Your Own Health Provider Network While Easing Your Access to Data

You want simplicity. Yet, the experience of building and sustaining a referral or data exchange network has proven to be slow, expensive, and fraught with limitations on ...
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lifeIMAGE Races Towards Interoperability: Connectathon 2018

For an action-packed few days last month, our team of engineers found themselves knee deep in our third year of showcasing our platform’s interoperability at the world’s ...
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If Your Healthcare Organization is Only Using Mobile for Text and Voice, Then Your Mobile Strategy Needs An Update 

Here’s what you should be thinking about as you build your healthcare strategy to improve healthcare operations The adoption of mobile technology in healthcare continues to ...
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In Mammography, History Matters

The most powerful breast cancer indicator on a mammogram is the growth of a mass observed from a previous mammogram1. When it comes to mammographic imaging procedures:
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Three Reasons Your Transfer Center Needs Image Exchange

Transfer centers serve as the logistics hub for all aspects of patient transfers. If your organization has a transfer center, then you probably already know the tremendous work ...
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Consider the gift of life. #GivingTuesday

Every 10 minutes, another person goes on the organ waiting list. According to the United Network for Organ Sharing (@UNOS), more than 117,00 people are waiting for a lifesaving ...
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Virtual Gets Real in Medical Imaging

From film to 3D VR: RSNA then and now  It’s hard to believe that I’ve been attending the annual Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) conference for over 20 years now. ...
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Supporting Veterans Through Improved Access to Quality Health Care

As Veterans Day approaches, we are looking forward to honoring the people who have served, or are serving, in our armed services. To those who have taken the oath for the ...
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Advancing Access to Image Exams Helps Pediatricians Administer Critical Treatment

Time matters when treating a pediatric patient and instant access to the patient’s comprehensive medical information, including prior imaging exams, is critical to determining ...
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Image Exchange in Trauma Care: When Timing is Everything

For a trauma team, every second matters, so receiving a patient’s medical imaging exams in advance of a transfer is critical. The most efficient way to exchange medical images ...
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Looking at Enterprise Imaging Systems as an “EHR” for Images

How is your organization planning to mature its medical imaging systems? That is a question we often ask hospital executives. From experience, the answer varies. For some, ...
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Rethinking Healthcare Data: It is a Technology Ecosystem

Healthcare providers have historically been set up to deliver volume-based care: more scans, more volume, and more capacity. Now, payers, patient advocates, and industry ...
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Enterprise Imaging in Cardiology

Cardiology staff are typically some of the busiest individuals in any hospital. Cardiologists have no time to spare and must often rely on imaging captured outside of their ...
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Insights from HIMSS17

The lifeIMAGE team joined over 40,000 healthcare IT professionals last week in Orlando for the 2017 HIMSS Annual Conference & Exhibition. We caught up with a few our team ...
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Ready to take on HIMSS17 – Connecting Images across the Healthcare Ecosystem

With HIMSS17 starting up this weekend in Orlando, you’ll find the lifeIMAGE team gearing up for one of the busiest weeks in health IT.
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Standing tall for imaging interoperability at RSNA

The genus Sequoia represents some of the largest trees in the world, including our own country’s famed California redwoods. In healthcare, the Sequoia Project represents a ...
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(Video) Insights from RSNA 2016

It’s been an exciting week for the lifeIMAGE team at RSNA 2016. We took a moment to check in with our CEO Matthew Michela and Senior Vice President of Client Services Jim ...
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Interoperability the Key to Value-Based Imaging

Today kicks off day one of RSNA 2016, the world’s largest gathering of radiologists that comes annually to McCormick Place in Chicago, and this year the American College of ...
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Gearing up for RSNA 2016

At the upcoming Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) meeting you’ll find the lifeIMAGE team talking about connecting images across the healthcare ecosystem. This is ...
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