Education

Key Takeaways From 2017 Advisory Board National Meeting

By Larry Siebs, CEO of Shared Imaging I recently attended the Advisory Board’s National Meeting in Chicago.  It was a terrific 2-day session.  My key take-away from the meeting was the following.  Despite all the uncertainty in our healthcare environment, there are a...

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Maximize Value While Minimizing Risk

Year over year, safety, patient satisfaction and secure financial results are baseline expectations of a diagnostic imaging department. With declining reimbursement, continued expansion of bundled payments and further adoption of value-based purchasing programs, providers must develop an “On-Target” plan that precisely addresses their clinical and operational needs while maximizing cost savings.

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Are you Positioned for Success?

Hip and knee replacements are the most common inpatient surgery for Medicare beneficiaries. Because of the high cost of readmissions and the higher cost of negative outcomes, diagnostic imaging can be critical to your success.

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8 Imaging Trends That Will Impact Your Success in 2017

Medical imaging, with regard to strategic plans and budget considerations, is key when considering the influence of imaging technology on the ever-changing healthcare environment. Let us help you to make prudent decisions about the specifics and future of your medical imaging.

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Start Using Data & Gain Real-World FACTS

With the use of population-based predictive analytics, we are able to show our clients their healthcare future so as to maximize imaging opportunities, optimize performance and mitigate financial risks associated with large capital expenditures.

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Scanning All Walks of Life

Shared Imaging’s customer service philosophy is grounded in helping healthcare providers throughout the US provide a superior patient experience. Recently, we took to the Georgia Aquarium to scan some unlikely patients!

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Don’t Be Caught Unprepared

When your equipment fails, experiences interruption, or is not capable of keeping up with demand – the result is felt both financially and within the patient experience.

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NEMA XR-29: What Is It?

Effective January 1, 2016, providers face reimbursement penalties for procedures completed on CT scanners not in compliance with NEMA XR-29. Is your CT compliant?

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