Value-based care, which ties quality and other metrics to reimbursement, is reshaping healthcare. For radiology departments, the challenge is complicated by the inherent limits of imaging technologies. PACS was created to increase volume—not manage other metrics. Radiology needs new IT solutions for medical imaging to help drive quality, improve outcomes and patient satisfaction, and reduce costs. Change Healthcare surveyed CIO members of the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME) to identify their top concerns. The results? Two-fifths of CIOs said their imaging IT solutions needed systemwide improvements to make it easier to distribute, view, and manage images. The CIOs

Radiology departments generate a wealth of data, but often lack the business intelligence tools they need to access and use that data. Medical imaging analytics can help radiologists make ...

Healthcare systems have made major investments into electronic health records (EHRs). Getting the most value out of these systems is a top priority for CIOs, according to a Change Healthcare ...

Improving quality of care—and by extension, patient outcomes—is a top priority for health system CIOs. According to a recent Change Healthcare survey, CIOs are willing to invest in intelligent ...

Cybercriminals are increasingly sophisticated. Many recent, concerning breaches of healthcare data prove that health systems are a tempting target for hackers. Health systems are the custodians ...

Many cardiology departments face significant challenges meeting regulatory requirements, quality metrics, and productivity goals. Mastering these challenges is increasingly important as ...

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