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Im Still Waiting for the Information Age in Healthcare

Healthcare must transition itself to the information age similar to what the business world did six to eight years ago to increase the productivity of our staff, reduce costs, and improve our quality of service. This transformation process is a considerable engineering effort that requires hospital officials to look inward and understand how they operate and how they can embrace the changes that ......

Full article >>> The challenge is in re-engineering the workflow of radiology. When trying to map our workflow we discovered, as did many institutions in our nation, that it took as many as 58 steps to get a simple chest x-ray in our department. The process to generate the images and a report is a tangled web involving registration, the imaging technologists, film room clerks and archivists, radiologists, and ......

Full article >>> set a vision for your organization and understand what it will take to transform medicine come to the Wisconsin Technology Summit on November 7th at the Medical College of Wisconsin. For more information http://www.wistechnology.com/healthtechnology.php.

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Source:wistechnology.com By Dr. Paul Nagy, Medical College of Wisconsin 10/28/03


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