Does Virtual Care Create a Better Experience for Patients?

When considering new programs for your hospital, it is important to prioritize improving the patient experience. There are a lot of initiatives that could achieve this goal, but leveraging the right technology to deliver care to patients regardless of their geographic location is an initiative that can not only increase your current patient satisfaction but also attract new patients to your organization.

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Topics: Specialists, Hospitals, Second Opinions, Healthcare Technology, Oncology

Which Purview Solution is Right for Me?

So, you are on the market for a technology solution to support your organization in accessing medical records more efficiently… now what? The answer depends heavily on the unique issues that you are trying to solve. 

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Topics: Imaging Centers, Specialists, Medical Imaging, Hospitals, Second Opinions, Cloud PACS, Healthcare Technology, Oncology, Pain Management (brain/spine/pain), Chiro, Cardio, Neuro

How Do I Upload Scans to the Cloud From My Modality?

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.

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Topics: Imaging Centers, Specialists, Remote/Consulting Radiology, Cloud PACS, Healthcare Technology

How Can I View DICOM Images Remotely?

Due to the size of DICOM files, viewing medical images remotely can be difficult. In addition to the bulky file size, you must also be careful to keep your patient's e-PHI secure. Complexities aside, it is important for many modern practices to be able to access medical images remotely to avoid delaying appointments, procedures, or treatments. There are many options out there, but understanding the benefits and disadvantages is an important step in deciding which remote viewing method is best for you.

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Topics: Specialists, Medical Imaging, Remote/Consulting Radiology, Second Opinions, Cloud PACS, Healthcare Technology

Practicing Medicine Beyond Your Own State's Border

In the US, regulation of the practice medicine is a state prerogative. Based upon one of the earliest precepts of the establishment of the federal government in the United States, states retain the power to regulate that which occurs solely within their borders. Physicians must be licensed in the state in which they practice and must adhere to that state's mandates. So, can a physician legally serve a patient in need of their specialty if they reside outside of their jurisdiction?

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Topics: Specialists, Hospitals, Second Opinions

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