Executive Insights: Sutter Health Group and Radiology Associates of South Florida
What’s Next for Medical Image Management
A shift is well underway from fee-for-service to fee-for-value, requiring healthcare providers to be more efficient, effective and engaged with patients to survive and thrive
It’s all placing unprecedented pressure on traditional image management solutions and spurred a new wave of innovation that uses cloud computing to increase interoperability, mobile image access, and pervasive integration with EHR systems.
Get the new executive brief, What’s Next for Medical Image Management, featuring perspectives from Dr. Jonathan Breslau, Chief, Sutter Imaging, at Sutter Health Group, and Dr. Ricardo Cury, Chairman and CEO Radiology Associates of South Florida as they discuss a new wave of innovation that uses cloud computing to increase interoperability, mobile image access, and pervasive integration with EHR systems.
In this Executive Insights brief, learn how healthcare leaders are retooling their organizations and the benefits they are achieving:
- To cut down redundant studies, leverage a deconstructed PACS strategy and improve EHR integration with imaging.
- Effective use of portals and image exchanges reduces CD challenges and enables efficient growth.
- Properly embracing value-based care requires consolidating patient data and imaging.
- Industry consolidation heightens the need to integrate, break down barriers and connect imaging networks.
- Cloud Vendor Neutral Archives (VNA) bolster disaster recovery initiatives.
- Imaging and the EHR increasingly going hand in hand.
Dr. Jonathan Breslau is the Chief of Sutter Imaging serving the Sutter Health Sacramento Valley operating unit. Sutter Imaging performs imaging examinations, diagnostic procedures and interventional treatment across 47 outpatient centers and hospitals.
Dr. Ricardo Cury, a non-invasive cardiovascular radiologist, is Chairman of Radiology at Radiology Associates of South Florida, a large multi-specialty group. He is also affiliated with Baptist Health of South Florida, a large healthcare system with 6 hospitals and several patient centers, with over 50 outpatient centers and 20+ urgent-care centers.