Session 4

Cardiology Workflows: A Task-Based Approach as Unique as Your Needs

Date: August 15th
Time: 12:30 - 1:00 PM ET

Cardiologists can expect to see more advanced ways of organizing and prioritizing work with rules-based workflows. With cutting-edge artificial intelligence, tasks will be allocated to the right specialists with even greater accuracy, ensuring that no steps are overlooked and that staff members are never overloaded. These workflows will be driven by highly sophisticated logic, making the order-to-report process even smoother and more efficient. With an integrated suite of tools designed to work seamlessly together, workflows will be optimized, and collaboration will be enhanced, all while providing fast and secure web-based access. 

Join us in this session to learn about the task-based approach to cardiology workflows and how it can be tailored to your unique needs. With this solution, you can optimize your workflow, increase efficiency, and provide better patient care.


Presented by:

Stephanie Bazinet
Director of Ultrasound Solutions

AGFA HealthCare

Stephanie is a seasoned professional with experience in upstream and downstream healthcare marketing and customer relationship management. She is currently the Director of Ultrasound Solutions at AGFA HealthCare, where she is responsible for developing business, product and marketing strategies for continual bi-directional business success. Aside from her marketing experience, Stephanie has a strong clinical background with extensive experience in clinical workflow analysis, advanced image processing and structured reporting for all cardiovascular specialties. Her knowledge base of clinical and administrative statistical data has helped aid research data and facility productivity.  

Stephanie is a firm believer in the importance of product education and end-user training. She has created and maintained product training material, training guides, product manuals, eLearning videos, and workflow agendas that provide customer support assistance for clinical adoption and application success.