Webinar

Using clinical analytics for radiology practice improvements

Join Nuance Communications and special guest speaker, Juan Jimenez, MD, of Carle Foundation Hospital for an informative discussion on how he and his practice use clinical analytics to evaluate productivity and performance and make positive changes.

Webinar:

Using clinical analytics for radiology practice improvements

Date and time:

Thursday, July 11, 2019
1:00 pm EDT

Duration:

60 minutes

Thank you for your interest in our upcoming webinar with Juan Jimenez, MD, of Carle Foundation Hospital. Dr. Jimenez will use real-life examples to show how extracting operational and clinical data from radiology reports can help identify insights that can lead to delivering more value and better care.

Join us on July 11 to see how analytics can help you:

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Improve your clinical, operational, and business performance

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Identify process improvement opportunities

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Demonstrate value and operational success

Radiology practices face the challenge of delivering value-based imaging in a world of increasing workload and regulation, growing competition, and decreasing reimbursements. It’s important to evaluate productivity, volume, and resource utilization to chart the right course for practice growth. Strong data analytics are necessary to get the right information at the right time to make the best process-improvement decisions.

We look forward to having you join the conversation on July 11.

About the presenter

Juan Jimenez, MD
Carle Foundation Hospital

Juan Jimenez, MD is the Associate Medical Director Carle Foundation Hospital in Urbana, IL. He practices general radiology and body imaging with special interests in low dose lung cancer screening, oncologic imaging and quality/safety initiatives. He is the physician lead for the Carle lung cancer screening program. In addition, Dr. Jimenez is a Clinical Associate Professor of Radiology at the University of Illinois College of Medicine where he developed and continues to coordinate the Medical Imaging course for second year medical students.

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