Learn best practices to improve your medical archive environment

On November 6, HP Information Management Software is providing healthcare IT managers, directors, CIOs, PACS Administrators and Clinical Department Heads with an educational opportunity that will teach you how an enterprise image storage environment will help you meet the 4 new accountabilities created by HIPAA that we blogged about recently.

REGISTER NOW!  Enterprise Image Storage: Moving Beyond the Department SiloTHURSDAY, November 6: 2 pm EST; 1 PM CST; 11 AM PSTListen and learn from an in-depth presentation from Healthcare IT industry expert, John Koller, as he discusses the future of image and data storage in the healthcare provider world.  Mr. Koller will address today’s mounting pressures for image management, archiving, and distribution.  He will also discuss options for consolidation across the healthcare enterprise.  The deep dive into the Clinical Information Lifecycle Management strategy will show you how enterprise image management will enable healthcare IT to facilitate compliance, reduce costs, and improve patient care.

Key points to be discussed:
Digital healthcare enterprise—Overview

Effects of imaging department growth on the output of image retrieval
Data Lifecycle Management vs. Information Lifecycle Management
Enterprise storage consolidation—A proactive approach

| ‎03-16-2009 10:55 PM

HOw can I view a recording of this Webinar?

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