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Joe Marion Commentary

Joe Marion

Founder and Principal, Healthcare Integration Strategies

Joe Marion

Joe Marion is founder and Principal of Healthcare Integration Strategies, specializing in the...

Imaging IT: “The Cart or the Horse”

October 21, 2016  |  Joe Marion
The 3 main stake holders (Strategy, Clinical, and IT)must come together to create an effective imaging IT solution for multi-facility IDN's

Realities of Man versus Machine Diagnosis

October 13, 2016  |  Joe Marion
Who is better at medical diagnosis? Will machines take over from humans?

Timely Patient Portals

September 13, 2016  |  Joe Marion
Patient portals are gaining in popularity, but need to be considered in the proper perspective when conveying exam results.

Big Data: Only as Good as Analytics Capability

August 11, 2016  |  Joe Marion
Big Data is a current topic. Success will depend on data validity and analytics tools for access.

Imaging IT David’s and Goliaths

July 5, 2016  |  Joe Marion
Many recent industry announcements point to strategy changes and the resultant size impact on vendor success

System Design Can Improve Radiologist-Physician Communication Productivity

May 20, 2016  |  Joe Marion
Clinician and patient collaboration, aided by technology are vital to productivity improvement and can benefit clinical decision support and results communication

Demystifying Deconstructed PACS

May 4, 2016  |  Joe Marion
Deconstructed PACS can be useful, but requires an understanding of the differences.

ACC 2016 and CVIS Trends

March 29, 2016  |  Joe Marion
ACC16 represents a great opportunity to see how cardiovascular information systems are responding to healthcare IT trends.

Consolidation Changing Imaging Vendor Landscape

March 4, 2016  |  Joe Marion
Recent announcements are changing the landscape of imaging. There is good news and bad news from recent acquisitions that will impact provider choices.

MU Lifespan: Good or bad news for imaging?

February 4, 2016  |  Joe Marion
Will changes in ARRA MU impact efforts to expand image accessibility by the patient, and why this would be a bad thing.