Did you know that you can save time by using dictation within Purview Image™? Or edit a DICOM image for anonymization, to correct errors and so on? There are many use cases for Purview Image with a growing customer user base ranging from radiology to veterinary to research and education. Whether you've been using Purview Image™ for years or are just getting started, here are some of our favorite ways to use it:
Healthcare industry finances are still rocky post-pandemic. Many smaller practices are feeling the pressure to cut back on expenses. Independent practices struggle with decreasing reimbursement rates. There is a tremendous cost burden to keep up with regulatory pressure. Malpractice insurance premiums continue to rise. To top it off, technology and equipment infrastructure costs are expansive.
“An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure,” opined Benjamin Franklin. While the Founding Father may not have been speaking quite so literally, it’s an idea that will feel familiar to many healthcare professionals. We advise patients to eat well and exercise regularly, even when they’re in the best of health, knowing the long-term benefits far outweigh the short-term inconveniences.
Healthcare providers too should find some wisdom in Franklin’s words. A record storage system is a virtual necessity in our data-driven world, yet it’s one that too many practices overlook. A safe, secure cloud-based system offers many advantages for practitioners and patients alike, but some still balk, citing the fear of expense.
How do I upload scans directly to the cloud from my modality? It’s a popular question these days and one asked by people from varying medical backgrounds. Let me do my best to answer this question in general terms without getting overly technical.
If you’ve ever thought of sharing medical images or any other Protected Health Information (PHI) using Dropbox, you have probably asked yourself: "Is Dropbox HIPAA compliant for medical imaging." Dropbox is one of the most popular file sharing services and is on millions of desktop computers around the world. But just because you use it for many of your other tasks, does not mean you should use Dropbox for medical image storage. Here are 4 reasons to be careful when using Dropbox as your medical imaging solution...