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Looking at Enterprise Imaging Systems as an “EHR” for Images

Posted by Matthew Michela

05.18.2017

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, imaging brings its own set of unique challenges: Discrete, departmental data silos, and a lack of interoperable data, all of which hampers an organization’s goal of pursuing quality and outcomes in a value-based system of care.

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Enterprise Imaging in Cardiology

Posted by Matthew Michela

04.19.2017

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 network to make critical, time-sensitive decisions. The inability to access prior diagnostic images or consult with clinicians outside their own health system network with data in hand can cause delays in urgent, routine, and interventional care critical to managing cardiac conditions.

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Standing tall for imaging interoperability at RSNA

Posted by Matthew Michela

12.15.2016

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 group of health IT vendors, large healthcare networks and other stakeholders who recognize the essential nature of imaging accessibility for patient care and safety and support the creation of interoperable national networks.

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Why Mammosphere?

Posted by Matthew Michela

06.15.2016

Matthew Michela is the CEO and President of lifeIMAGE. This post was originally featured on Mammosphere's blog site. 

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