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In conjunction with the University at Buffalo, Toshiba has developed an innovative dose tracking system that provides interventionalists with real-time data on the delivery of radiation during interventional procedures in the form of a detailed, easy-to-read color coded human map.
Dr. Michael Pfeiffer, a cardiologist and assistant professor of medicine at Penn State Hershey Heart and Vascular Institute in Hershey, Pa. discusses the advantages of 3D volume echocardiography in the right heart.
Join Connie Ryan, Cardiology Resource Manager at Oklahoma State University Medical Center as she shares how OSUMC was successful in enhancing their physicians workflow and in increasing productivity in their echo lab with the GE Healthcare’s Centricity Cardio Enterprise Solution (CCE).
Join Dr. Dinesh Thavendiranathan of the University of Toronto for a discussion on 3D volume echocardiography in the left heart.
Many challenges confront C-suite hospital executives—from the federal government’s healthcare reform efforts and reimbursement reductions to decreasing hospital revenues and increasing competition—all of which are unlikely to diminish in the near future.
Despite data supporting the clinical benefits of remote monitoring, some practices are resisting adoption due to the potential liability of receiving alerts on a 24-hour basis. Four experts share their opinions on how practices should approach these considerations.
To optimize outcomes for PCI procedures, new technologies have emerged to assist interventionalists with patient selection, clinical decision making and post-stent assessment.
Since the clinical benefits of fractional flow reserve (FFR) were confirmed with the release of the FAME study in January 2009, the technology has gained wider adoption. To assess its impact on contemporary cath labs, five interventionalists came together from across the U.S. to discuss the economic considerations.
Please watch this webcast and Q&A with clinical, administrative and IT leaders answering questions and addressing your concerns regarding the implementation of a cardiology PACS system.
This progressive healthcare provider serving Nebraska and southwestern Iowa is made up of nine acute-care hospitals. Alegent's Heart and Vascular Institute at Bergan Mercy Medical Center and Immanuel Medical Center perform more heart procedures than any other provider in the Omaha area.