Special Report: Enterprise Imaging

In the digital age, healthcare, like so many other sectors, has become information-intensive. To seamlessly share this information, healthcare organizations need a solution that spans department, facility and even geographical boundaries. By bringing down the borders to interoperability, they can create opportunities to improve efficiency, productivity, decision making and patient care.

Agfa HealthCare shares this vision for healthcare. As the imaging expert, we see the importance to the healthcare providers of feature-rich, easy access to integrated, patient-centric medical imaging records. In our vision, clinical images from anywhere are available anytime to anyone involved in the patient's care.

We also know that adding clinical images to the patient record can increase the quality of diagnosis and the efficiency of treatment. But image-enabling the EMR isn't just about viewing, archiving and distribution. Instead it must combine all of these components into a single workflow, connecting departments and users.

In this Special Report on Enterprise Imaging, you'll hear from healthcare organizations that have implemented our ICIS enterprise imaging solution. They'll show you how it is supporting them to achieve their own healthcare visions and to meet the requirements and demands they face today, whether from carers, patients or national authorities.

You will hear from experts about how the healthcare model continues to evolve towards a more collaborative approach, and how IT can and is supporting this, offering a broader view of imaging.

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