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It’s time to stop manually sourcing data from your medical imaging systems

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by Paul Atkinson, Marketing Community Manager, Intelerad

Have you ever tried to calculate the amount of time your enterprise spends on an annual basis extracting and analyzing data from your medical imaging systems?

While tabulating data can have tremendous benefits in terms of operational performance, attracting business and maintaining customer relations, the manual gathering of operational data from across the imaging chain can be a time-consuming, and at times frustrating, endeavor. However, solutions like Intelerad Analytics™ automate the task and make the data readily available.

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Intelerad’s free ebook explains the benefits of sourcing analytics from your medical imaging systems.

As the solution gathers and processes the information, it creates dashboards and reports for key members of the enterprise (business managers, chief radiologists and operational support staff) using data to analyze productivity, quality, departmental workflow, system level data, and referrer activity.

By offering access to the data in real-time, key members of staff become equipped with actionable information that is tailored to their needs, while its availability allows for bottlenecks to be identified and resolved quickly.

At the same time, an analytics module can automatically produce reports at set intervals, which allows for the enterprise to assess its operations over a given period.

Regardless of the frequency at which the data is accessed, once in hand, key members of the enterprise are provided clear, statistical analysis in areas where it may not have existed prior. This allows for a better understanding of the enterprise as a whole, while pinpointing areas where adjustments or improvements can be made.

For more information on how to automatically cull data and use it to your advantage, download the free ebook Leveraging Analytics to Continually Improve Medical Imaging Operations.

Written by atkinsonintelerad

May 7, 2015 at 9:20 am

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