Virtual Product Theater

Monday, November 29 | 30 Minutes

9-9:30 am CT

“Medical Imaging Management Platform Empowers Enterprise-Wide Collaboration”
Tara Martyres, Product Development Manager

Image management is more complex than ever before. What’s needed is a web-based clinical workflow solution that provides referring physicians and clinicians with centralized and real-time access to patient orders, images, and reports via a content- and vendor-agnostic archive, through the full cycle of patient engagement, from referral to follow-up. Join us for a webinar on InteleConnect EV and learn more about how this web-based clinical workflow solution can speed up collaboration and create greater efficiencies in patient care.

Corporate Symposium

Tuesday, November 30 | 60 Minutes

Breakfast: 8:00-9:00 am CT
Panel Discussion: 9:30-10:30 am CT

"Panel Discussion: The Importance of Easy Image Sharing and Cloud Access for Radiology and Beyond"

– Alexander Towbin, MD, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center

– Laurie Perry, Lead Systems Analyst, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center

– Morris Panner, President, Intelerad

The need for interoperability and access has taken on a new urgency for imaging facilities and hospitals, along with the need to advance clinical and operational efficiencies. Healthcare IT has provided many solutions but they often don’t go far enough. Alexander Towbin MD and Laurie Perry of Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center will talk with Morris Panner about what is needed and how streamlining image management can also further clinical research to improve the overall continuum of care.

The event will also be available via live stream on the RSNA Site. 

Lunch & Learn

Wednesday, December 1 | 60 Minutes

12:15-1:15 pm CT

“Using AI and Advanced Analytics within RIS/PACS Workflows to Drive Quality and Productivity”
Daniel Durand, MD, LifeBridge Health

This session will review best practices for the current state of distributed workflows operated by mid-to-large radiology practices covering multiple inpatient and outpatient locations. Key topics will include the principles of value creation in distributed networks, the role of automated routing logic, the importance of a systems approach to QA and real-time productivity monitoring, as well as the longer-term promise of artificial intelligence for improving both quality and efficiency. We will conclude with a discussion related to the functional requirements for a best-in-class radiology workflow platform, with an eye towards identifying gaps in the current state of the market for future exploration.

The event will also be available via live stream on the RSNA Site.