Case Study: Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia

Case study Childrens Hospital of Philadelphia

Seamless Workflow and True Interoperability BACKGROUND For over 150 years, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) has been devoted exclusively to caring for infants, children, teens and young adults. As the nation’s first children’s hospital, CHOP has a history of innovation and excellence. The 535-bed facility in Philadelphia is home to world-renowned programs for cancer, cardiac […]

Case Study: USAF Aerospace Cardiology Consultation

Case study USAF Aerospace Cardiology

One of the youngest branches in the U.S. military, the Air Force was borne from the Army Air Forces in 1947 and continues today as one of the most formidable branches of today’s armed forces. Recent estimates indicate a cost of nearly $2.6 million to fully train an air force fighter pilot. That same fighter […]

Case Study: Lake Regional Health System

Case study Lake Regional Health System

Collaborative Medicine Wins Through Multi-Department Use of Enterprise PACS Situated near the shores of Lake of the Ozarks in Osage Beach, Missouri, Lake of the Ozarks General Hospital (as it was known in 1978 when it first opened its doors) has grown over the past 25 years to become a state-of-the-art medical facility. Known now […]

Case Study: Quincy Medical Group

Case study Quincy Medical Group

Complete Workflow Solutions: Multi-specialty Group Practice Adopts Comprehensive Digital Workflow When Dr. Walter M. Whitaker brought the first EKG machine to Quincy, Illinois in 1930, little did he know what remarkable advancements in medicine were to come. Seven years later, in 1937, Dr. Whitaker, Dr. Orie F. Shulian and Dr. Kent W. Barber merged their […]

Case Study: Diagnostic Imaging Associates

Case study Diagnostic Imaging Associates

Single Database Solution Unifies Group’s Approach to Reading In Rural Oklahoma Founded in 1969, Diagnostic Imaging Associates (DIA) initially provided Oklahoma’s rural hospitals and clinics with “circuit-riding” radiologists that would read cases once per week for a few hours before moving on to the next facility on their list. While these circuit riders provided a […]

Case Study: Blessing Hospital

Case study Blessing Hospital

Blessing Gets More of a Good Thing: Information Management Systems Expand the PACS Backbone Since 1875, Blessing Hospital (Quincy, IL) has worked to provide area residents with the highest quality medical care possible. Today, Blessing continues to respond to the changing healthcare needs of the community — upgrading technology and facilities to provide economical, high […]

Case Study: St. Luke’s Hospital

Case study St. Lukes Hospital

Value and Extensibility in Cardiology PACS One of America’s 50 Best Hospitals for the 9th year in a row – 2015 Change is the one constant in healthcare today. Facilities are relentlessly challenged with new regulations, reimbursement models, economic forces and performance pressures. In order to remain viable and competitive, many health systems focus on […]