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Re-Examining Radiology: A look to the future in advancing healthcare

COVID-19 was a catalyst for aspects of the healthcare market’s digital transformation strategies, showcasing gaps and needs in some areas while rapidly advancing others. The initial shock on imaging procedure volumes during COVID-19 led to an increased focus on urgent and acute care due to the influx of patients entering hospitals. This resulted in resources from all imaging departments focusing on the front line, constraining capacity for non-urgent imaging procedures.

As imaging staff in hospitals and radiology groups regain balance in their approach to daily work and delivering on patient care needs, it is imperative to leverage fast, flexible, and reliable infrastructure and systems that exhibit minimal downtime. Cloud-native enterprise imaging puts the right foundation and capabilities in place for meeting the needs of a transformed work environment, thereby redefining the medical imaging experience for imaging service lines and patients.

Download this vBook to discover:

  • The current trends in healthcare
  • How images shared digitally are driving more effective collaboration and experiences
  • How hybrid work and teleradiology’s establishments deliver flexibility and balance for radiologists
  • How cloud-native enterprise imaging can redefine the medical imaging experience

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