Simultaneously processing and transferring image data during acquisition yields quick, efficient exams. For example, during fluoroscopy and fluorography, operators can prepare for the next scheduled patient, process and save images from a previous (or current) study, and transfer or archive images to an associated network.
If your practice website only tells visitors about your practice, then it's not doing all it should.Websites that convert visitors to patients all use certain elements to ensure their online success. A mix of SEO tips, good marketing strategy, and tested usability features, here's the eight must-haves for your medical practice website.
Tackling administrative challenges in healthcare enterprises often means big resource commitments that take years to pay off. But on-call scheduling technology can reverse that equation, delivering impressive ROI from a relatively modest investment of time and money.
Thanks to advancing technology, marketing a medical practice online doesn't have to be costly and confusing. In fact, it can be distilled down into four basic steps that anyone can take. These are: (1) Creating a viable, enhanced practice website, (2) utilizing techniques to be found by patients online, (3) engaging in social media and mobile health apps, and (4) monitoring your online reputation. We'll discuss these in this whitepaper as well as the best practices for each.