Webinar #1: How to justify an investment in AI — let’s address the elephant in the room
Tuesday, March 2
The adoption of AI applications in clinical practice has proven to be a time-consuming process. One of the main reasons for this is that clinical evidence and examples of return on investment (ROI) for various AI applications are still limited. However, understanding and ensuring that there is a decent ROI is necessary to justify a budget for AI and to initiate adoption in a clinical setting. Drivers for a good ROI include improving productivity and efficiency as well as increasing quality and consistency. Early adopters might have different considerations when purchasing AI, but for AI to become mainstream, more proof points for ROI are needed.
In this webinar, Katrine Riklund, Pro Vice Chancellor, Professor/Senior Consultant Radiology and Nuclear Medicine, Umeå University Hospital, Haris Shuaib, Consultant Physicist, Head of Clinical Scientific Computing, Guy’s & St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust, and Thomas Jongsma, Radiologist and Medical Manager, Tergooi Hospital will discuss their experiences on how to create ROI proof points to persuade your organization to invest in initial AI projects. This webinar will be co-moderated by two of Sectra’s AI experts, Nynke Breimer, Global Product Manager AI & Sectra Amplifier Marketplace and Daniel Forsberg, Senior Researcher & Product Owner Radiology AI.
- Katrine Riklund, Pro Vice Chancellor, Professor/Senior Consultant Radiology and Nuclear Medicine, Umeå University Hospital (awarded the ESR Gold Medal at ECR 2020)
- Haris Shuaib, Consultant Physicist, Head of Clinical Scientific Computing, Guy’s & St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust
- Thomas Jongsma, Radiologist and Medical Manager, Tergooi Hospital
- Nynke Breimer, Global Product Manager AI & Amplifier Marketplace, Sectra
- Daniel Forsberg, Senior Researcher & Product Owner Radiology AI, Sectra
Webinar #2: Be ahead of the curve with modern integrations and structured data exchange
Wednesday, March 3
A deep dive into how the latest integrations with the EMR and structured reporting tools can facilitate your daily work
This session will teach you about two key types of modern integrations that can help you get the most out of your enterprise imaging system:
- Smart and real-time integrations with the EMR to provide all the relevant clinical content when you need it, working in harmony with the diagnostic system.
- Well-integrated and structured reporting capabilities to offer a single desktop for both diagnostic review and reporting — without needing to switch context.
Carla Meeuwis, Radiologist, Rijnstate Hospital, will share her experiences with structured reporting that enabled a more seamless reporting experience. Fredrik Jäderling, PhD, Senior Consultant, Radiology Department, Capio St. Görans Hospital and Karolinska University Hospital, has participated in a pilot with Sectra and will tell us more about the importance and benefits of using structured reporting of prostate MRI. Stig Wallgren, MD, Senior Consultant, Department of Radiology, Karolinska University Hospital will share his experiences on their recent EMR integrations, enabling a bi-directional data exchange between the diagnostic system and the EMR.
- Carla Meeuwis, Radiologist, Rijnstate Hospital
- Fredrik Jäderling, PhD, Senior Consultant, Radiology Department, Capio St. Görans Hospital and Karolinska University Hospital
- Stig Wallgren, MD, Senior Consultant, Department of Radiology, Karolinska University Hospital
- Petter Østbye, General Manager, Sectra Scandinavia
Webinar #3: Integrated diagnostics is here to stay — how Hospital for Special Surgery’s single platform implementation succeeded
Thursday, March 4
For the better part of the last decade, imaging professionals have touted the significant benefits of a single platform for radiology and pathology workflows, with a focus on improving collaboration between specialists in multidisciplinary teams. Despite a desire to make it happen, a lack of a common IT infrastructure has stifled the progress of integrated care.
Thankfully, technology has caught up, and with the ongoing digitalization of pathology, prerequisites have changed. Having providers utilize the same IT infrastructure and software for radiology and pathology has allowed for the sharing of images, information, and reports across department borders and facilitated cross-departmental communication.
This webinar will explore the implementation of integrated diagnostics at New York City’s Hospital for Special Surgery. Inderpal Kohli, AVP Clinical Applications & Training, will together with Thomas W. Bauer, MD, PhD, Pathologist-in-Chief and Director, Hospital for Special Surgery; Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, Weill Cornell Medical College share their experiences, looking at what they have accomplished and how they have succeeded in enabling integrated diagnostic workflows and improved patient care. Simon Häger, Director of Marketing at Sectra, will also share best practices from the vendor point of view. This webinar will be moderated by Chris Scarisbrick, Sales Director, Sectra UK, who has many years of experience with implementing integrated diagnostics across organizations in the UK.
- Inderpal Kohli, Assistant Vice President, Clinical Applications & Training, Hospital for Special Surgery
- Thomas W. Bauer, MD, PhD, Pathologist-in-Chief and Director, Hospital for Special Surgery; Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, Weill Cornell Medical College
- Simon Häger, Director of Marketing, Sectra
- Chris Scarisbrick, Sales Director, Sectra UK