Digital Mammography Impacts Throughput, Workflow and Revenues
KLAS delves into the adoption of digital imaging in mammography services and publishes its inaugural Digital Mammography Report to inform healthcare providers about the successes and struggles other healthcare providers have encountered while integrating digital mammography in their hospitals and clinics.
The research found that although respondents report improved patient throughput and some workflow improvements, not all providers experienced the significant enhancement to overall efficiency and revenues that vendors may promise. However, nearly all providers participating in the study reported improvement in their effectiveness and diagnostic screenings. From a business perspective, the ROI becomes somewhat more difficult to achieve. Overall, study participants believe the investment in digital mammography is worth the effort.
Vendors included in the report are GE, Hologic and Siemens, with preliminary user feedback on Fuji. Visit KLAS’ website www.healthcomputing.com for more information.
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