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Mitchell Goldburgh
Global Solutions Manager – Clinical Archive Services
Dell Healthcare and Life Sciences

Charlotte Hovet, MD
Medical Director
Dell Services Healthcare and Life Sciences

Naomi McMillen, RN
Senior Principal
Dell Serivces, Global Healthcare Consulting


The early use of preventative care can provide a higher quality of patient life, reduced incidence of critical care, and overall lower costs of patient care which is so important as health care moves toward capitated reimbursements. As a result, industry has developed tools to address the opportunity for detecting asymptomatic disease leading to early detection. 

This webinar shares experiences from analytic models that incorporate machine vision into the diagnostic imaging process: creating consistent value to diagnostic reports, a return on these investments, and results that enhance care delivery model critical to population health.

After This Webinar You'll Be Able To:

  • Describe how the use of automated disease detection can impact healthcare delivery costs
  • Summarize how to deliver higher value services with incremental cost and using automated analytics
  • Explore how identification of risk and/or existing disease may offer opportunities for patient care revenue.

Recommended for:

CFOs, CMIOs, CIOs, physicians or directors as clinical leaders, physician practice executives, director of ACO services

Field of Study: Special Knowledge & Applications                                
Delivery Method: Group Internet
Level: Basic                                                            
Pre-work: None
Prerequisites: None                               
Contact hours: 1.5


HFMA members: Free  

Non-members: $99          

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Note: This on-demand webinar will be available until December 23, 2017.