“You’ll know when you should leave a stressful meeting,” Twitter co-founder Biz Stone expounding on the value of “wearable technology,” such as a shirt with an embedded heart rate monitor.

“On the vendor floor they say sending a CCD is a piece of cake. It’s not a piece of cake,” John Kravitz, associate vice president, I.T., Geisinger Health System, explaining the difficulty in extracting data from disparate systems to create a Continuity of Care document.

“ICD-10? It was the right decision to push it back,” Bill Morgan, regional information management executive, Christus Spohn Health System, during a presentation enumerating the multiple regulatory challenges facing the industry.

“Two-thirds of the American public doesn’t know radiologists are physicians,” David Mendelson, M.D., chief, clinical informatics, Mt. Sinai Medical Center, explaining radiology’s often misunderstood role among consumers.

 

 

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