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Enterprise Imaging Summit 2022 White Paper
Avoiding Long-Term Challenges through Sensitive Image Management & Effective Remote Work

author - Monique Rasband
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author - Emily Paxman
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Emily Paxman
 
August 3, 2022 | Read Time: 6  minutes

Since 2017, KLAS has hosted four separate summits on enterprise imaging (EI), each time bringing together healthcare executive thought leaders to discuss EI issues and define guidelines. The insights gleaned from these summits represent the combined wisdom of some of the industry’s top EI experts. This white paper summarizes the discussions from the most recent summit held in May 2022. The following sections are included:

  • A definition of enterprise imaging
  • Keys to success outside of technology, including strategies for (1) safely managing sensitive images within an enterprise imaging infrastructure and (2) navigating enterprise imaging in a post-pandemic world

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author - Sarah Hanson
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author - Jess Wallace-Simpson
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