Building Rad Practice-Hospital Partnerships: How Secure EMR Data Transfer and Workflow Optimizes Operations and Performance

This webinar is a must-see use case for radiology practice and hospital leaders seeking to more tightly share and integrate data to improve operations, starting with billing and radiologist workflow. Learn how CIRA, a physician-owned private practice group, and OSF Healthcare of Illinois, expanded their long-standing billing relationship, moving from manual to automatic billing and improving radiologist productivity at the same time. The benefits were many: Improvements to patient care and physician satisfaction and better billing and revenue capture. Look inside their clearly defined requirements for a data transfer and workflow solution that was innovative, patient centered and budget friendly. It also had to be easy to use, highly customizable, and robust. They got just what they needed for today—and to grow and expand into the future. Listen in to hear how they made it happen.

Learn how this partnership has helped the organizations to:

  • Improve patient care with more flexible and subspecialty reads from multiple locations
  • Help providers move from manual to real-time billing to enable capture of all revenue
  • Increase patient and physician satisfaction
  • Work more closely together to plan and achieve common goals while staying on budget
  • Define what structure is needed and staff they need  

Target Audience

  • Chiefs of Radiology & Radiologists
  • Hospital & Health System Administrators: CEOs, CIOs, CMIOs, and CTOs
  • Radiology Practice Leaders and Physician Owners
  • Radiology and Imaging Administrators
  • Radiology Service Line Directors
  • Healthcare IT Professionals
  • Clinical Informatics & Clinical Applications Specialists 

Presenters

      

Eric Lacy
Director of Clinical Applications, 
Central Illinois Radiological Associates

Adam McKeever
Manager of Diagnostic Imaging Applications, 
OSF Healthcare

Mary C. Tierney
Moderator, VP and Chief Content Officer, TriMed Media