MADISON, Wis. (May 17, 2018) — Today's mobile devices work hard to increase performance and productivity within the workplace—and healthcare is no exception. Multimedia capture using mobile devices poses a unique challenge when those images are shared with peers and stored on the device itself. Richard Bruce, medical director of radiology informatics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and co-founder and CMIO of ImageMoverMD, will be one of five panelists discussing the risks associated with unsecured media sharing and how to implement a safe, compliant solution across the enterprise.
The #AskIndustry session will take place Thursday, May 31 in the Exhibit Hall Theater at the Science and Innovation pavilion from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm. Objectives off the session include:
Identifying core use cases for using mobile devices to capture images Demonstrating how to integrate imaging content capture with the EMR Discussing how to gain adoption of a managed enterprise image capture solution.
"ImageMover is specifically designed for the convenient and secure transfer of medical images, so having Dr. Bruce speak on the topic of enterprise imaging at the SIIM Annual Meeting is a great opportunity to bring awareness to such a prevalent issue within the industry," said Darcey Nett, president of ImageMoverMD.
For those who won't be able to attend the panel discussion but want to learn more about enterprise imaging, ImageMoverMD will be presenting its suite of solutions at booth 208 throughout the duration of the event. Additionally, one-on-one meetings can be scheduled for a more comprehensive overview of the available products.
ImageMoverMD is a medical imaging software company that connects photos, video and outside medical images with enterprise imaging and electronic health record systems. The company's solutions employ an exclusive approach to securely capture and integrate medical images with the EHR, simplifying communication and enhancing patient care. For more information, visit ImageMoverMD.com and follow us on Twitter @ImageMoverMD.