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Data Never Gets Obsolete: How to Develop a Data Vision

February 28, 2008, 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm CST

Jim Philbin, Senior Director of Medical Imaging, Johns Hopkins Medicine, Chris Balbi, Corporate Medical Imaging Program Director, North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health System, David Dimond, Senior Vice President, Exogen, and Gary Nicolas, Vice President, Exogen. As leading providers plan for technology upgrades and updates, data consistency across information systems has become a top concern for maintaining the patient data continuum. In this roundtable discussion, prominent institutions and experts share their experiences with technology upgrades and updates, describe their vision around the patient data continuum, and discuss the 2014 mandate on patient records. They answer: What are the lessons learned from technology upgrades and updates today? How do I develop a data vision blueprint? Can I leverage technology today that will support my data vision? How do I prepare today for 2014? Most organizations have spent enormous sums on information technology, but many still fall short of meeting their data continuum objectives. What strategies, rigor, and discipline should healthcare providers consider to drive greater value from their data? From Exogen’s innovation labs and prominent healthcare provider panelists, hear about how organizations are changing the game and making data a vision priority.

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February 28, 2008
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm CST
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