Integrated diagnostics is here to stay — how HSS’s single platform implementation succeeded

Sectra webinar in conjunction with ECR 2021 Online

This webinar explores the implementation of a single platform for radiology and pathology workflows and integrated diagnostics at NYC’s Hospital for Special Surgery. Watch as HSS representatives describe their vision, journey, and the benefits realized for physicians and patients.

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 explores the implementation of integrated diagnostics at HSS in New York City. Inderpal Kohli, AVP Clinical Applications & Training and 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, also shares best practices from the vendor point of view. This webinar is moderated by Chris Scarisbrick, Sales Director, Sectra UK, who has many years of experience with implementing integrated diagnostics across organizations in the UK.


In conjunction with ECR 2021 Online, Sectra arranged three live, hot-topic webinars with a great line-up of speakers. This session was recorded on March 4, 2021, and includes a Q & A session with the panel at the end.

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