Cloud Computing

Radiology Clinics Ease Compliance, Drive Innovation with Cloud-Based Data Network

Provided by Siemens Enterprise Communications

Category Cloud Computing

Type White Paper

Length 3

Publish Date August 29 2016

Date posted November 06 2017


Optimized radiology workflow for increased sales and improved patient management

This authoritative case study was written specifically for executives, directors, department heads, and practitioners in radiology. It is about the general enterprise optimization of a provider of comprehensive imaging services, Zwanger-Pesiri, in Long Island by implementing cutting-edge technology.

With the systems, the company can now:
• Record and monitor radiation exposure to simplify and ensure compliance
  without the risk of human error,
• Easily inspect and analyze the equipment utilization of their 50 MRI and CT
  scanners and maximize revenue,
• Maintain a network with other providers in the region and around the world to
  share knowledge, drive innovation and optimize patient outcomes.

So you can optimize your entire operation, minimize compliance risks and provide more help.

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