3D printing has emerged as an important, growing trend in medical in 2015 and is expected to increase in 2016. From patient specific models for surgical planning, to clinical training and education using anatomical models, to additive manufacturing of end use parts, this webinar will present a range of applications to employ 3D printing across your R&D, clinical, marketing, manufacturing and training organizations.Read more >
Sales enablement has become one of the most critical arenas for success for modern med tech organizations, and has fundamentally redefined the way sales and marketing teams do their jobs. Join this webcast to see how a solid sales enablement strategy that is combined with the right technology can help your sales teams engage with providers more effectively.
Do your sales reps waste hours preparing presentations? Are they constantly trying to pitch a complex solution in a very short amount of time? Are you flying blind as to which collateral works best with your providers? If you answered yes to any of these questions, this webinar is for you.
Watch today to see how you can:
* Find and deliver compliant, up-to-date content through a modern, intuitive interface
* Engage providers in a more meaningful way with personalized content
* Uncover what content resonates best with customers, and time follow-ups appropriately
* Hear first-hand how Insightra Medical leverages sales enablement technology to their success
2015 North American Medical Imaging Company of the Year AwardRead more >
Medical device companies sort mountains of data everyday. Every customer is both a tiny piece of a massive demographic and a single patient who needs care and attention. How do you make that data work for your bottom line?
Register for this webinar to see how Wave can help you organize customer data to gain financial clarity and to anticipate customer needs. Learn how the new Salesforce Analytics Cloud enables every business user to analyze their territory, spot trends, and immediately act on what is discovered.
Christian Stuppe from Merck Millipore, Michael McElarney, Analytics Specialist, Salesforce, Francois Lopitaux, Analytics Manager, Scott Jaworski, Principal Solutions Engineer, present how Wave Analytics organizes information in way that enable your team to make successful decisions for your budget and your customers. Take part in a demonstration of Wave Analytics software and a Q&A with the speakers.
Jean-Manuel brings more than 20 years of experience in scientific research and medical technology innovation to his work on the Vizua team. While earning his masters degree in neuroscience at Drexel Medical School in Philadelphia, he directed research projects on 3D-reconstruction of neuronal networks and regenerative quantification.Read more >
The nearly blinding pace of technology growth in health care has led to networks of systems and devices that not only help support and maintain human lives, but have also taken on some of the characteristics of the biological systems they interact with. As the patient changes so do the medical devices connected to the patient, and so does the network connected to the medical devices. This interconnected system of man and technology has led to an environment where vulnerabilities in the technological systems can lead to dire consequences for the patient. Like the human systems technology must interact with, the technological systems need to be managed throughout their entire lifecycle, from inception to retirement. Please join this session for an overview of how vulnerabilities can be discovered, and what we need to do to continue managing vulnerabilities throughout the lifecycle of a healthcare system.Read more >
Join this webinar to learn more about
• The IoT Medical Device Market
• Business Drivers and Requirements for a Medical IoT platform
• A Solutions Showcase of a Medical IoT platform
Today, billions of devices are connected to the Internet and their device logs can be mined to reveal accurate product usage & operational data along with feature adoption by facility and physician behavior across the installed base. This valuable information can be leveraged across the enterprise to decrease support costs and increase service revenues creating a high-impact ROI solution for a medical enterprise.
How automatic is your automation?
In part one of this webinar, Freddie Cardel outlines the concept of automatic plan generation with Plan Explorer and demonstrates a completely new level of automation. He explains the approach, where large numbers of high-quality treatment plans are automatically generated for defined clinical goals and combinations of treatment techniques and machines, and shows how these plans can be easily filtered and browsed to find the most suitable candidates to be evaluated.
In part two, Erik Korevaar and Roel Kierkels present the first findings of the clinical evaluation they performed at University Medical Center Groningen, the Netherlands, and describe how the center envisions the use of the tool in clinical practice.
Retrieving medical records from providers can be the most challenging aspect of the HEDIS hybrid measure season and its success can have the most direct impact on hybrid rates. Learn ways to improve your chart retrieval processes to increase your success at receiving your member’s medical records during the busy HEDIS season.Read more >
Join expert medical librarian Amanda Horsman and Doug Felder from Mendeley for an exclusive webinar focused on how librarians like you use Mendeley Institutional Edition to support students and researchers. Amanda will demonstrate the power of facilitating inter-professional collaboration between research group members.Read more >
During radiation therapy, the patient’s anatomical state is not static. Many different factors contribute to a shifting picture, and it is essential to account for uncertainties in order to ensure the quality of the treatment plan.
In the first half of this webinar, Niek Scheuder, Chief Medical Physicist, will share his experience from implementing an adaptive planning workflow with RayStation at the Provision Center for Proton Therapy.
In the second half, Cameron Ditty, Senior Physicist, will explain the concept of robustness in RayStation, illustrating with practical examples.
Robust optimization handles possible variations that are not sufficiently accounted for by PTV. The resulting plan maintains target coverage while reducing dose to critical structures, even if anatomical changes or positional errors occur.
Harmonization of medical device content involves reusing existing content within and across product families. The concept of reuse is fairly straightforward, but not in a regulated environment. Content is approved for a particular device so you can’t just change the content as desired.
Join Scott Abel, The Content Wrangler, and Ann Rockley, President of The Rockley Group, for this free one-hour webinar. In this session, Ann will discuss how to address the challenges of content harmonization including regulatory requirements and approvals, translation, and cultural change.
Medical doctor Dheerandra Prasad talks about clinical prospects and his clinical experience of the Leksell Gamma Knife® Icon™ for precise, frameless and frame-based stereotactic radiosurgery of the brain.
Leksell Gamma Knife Icon combines the unprecedented accuracy of Gamma Knife with integrated immobilization, workflow and imaging technologies to provide even greater clinical flexibility for brain radiosurgery. This is due to a number of advancements, including on-board cone beam computer tomography, a thermoplastic mask system and an infrared-based high-definition motion-management system for patient tracking during treatment, which provide the opportunity to perform frameless and fractionated radiosurgery, as well as frame-based and single-session treatments, and to perform online adaptive planning.
Based on his experience as a radiation oncologist and a neurosurgeon, Dr Prasad discusses how these novel features of Gamma Knife Icon have opened up the possibility of extending Gamma Knife treatment to more patients and new indications. He will explain how the on-board CBCT imaging capabilities of Gamma Knife Icon have improved imaging workflows for both frame-based and frameless treatments at his clinic, and how the thermoplastic mask system has enabled him to treat targets outside the range of frame fixation. He also will describe how the ability to fractionate treatments has allowed him to expand his case mix, for example to patients with tumours that are situated close to critical structures, allowing such patients to benefit from the superior dosimetry of Gamma Knife.
Drawing from individual case studies and his personal experience, Dr Prasad will illustrate how Leksell Gamma Knife Icon is a valuable and flexible tool for brain radiosurgery and its role alongside linac-based stereotactic radiotherapy in today’s radiation oncology centres.
This webinar will provide you with an overview how digital can be integrated into medical plans and what it takes to deliver multichannel medical excellence at launch.
Key topics include:
•Overview of typical launch categories and their key communication drivers and multichannel opportunities
•The 4 main pre-launch stakeholders and how to integrate digital initiatives in a balanced medical mix whilst respecting legal and regulatory guidelines
oeKOLs: Gathering insight and engagement planning
oeHCPs: Channel selection to ensure immersive learning and education
oePatients: Gathering treatment insight and prepare education & value-focused “beyond the-pill” strategies for launch
oePayers: Establish value
•Assess the clinical impact of e-medical programmes and how to create KPIs and dashboards to assess the success of your cross-channel activities
•Prepare your organization for emedical excellence through multichannel skills development and enablement for MSLs and internal staff
Attend this webinar to discover:
·Insight from BRIC healthcare leaders as they share field experiences and best practices gathered through hundreds of successful cases
·Common obstacles international companies must overcome in these regions
·How to exploit the hidden potential of BRIC countries
·Tactics to adjust strategy to successfully penetrate BRIC markets
·The top 10 technologies and products expected to drive growth in these regions
The rich data in your imaging archive is a resource that has largely been untapped. But now, Dell’s Clinical Cloud Services can help you tap that resource to impact population health and predict hidden risks in your patient population. Using automated machine vision medical image analysis, this new technology identifies patients at risk for chronic diseases such as osteoporosis, heart disease and other conditions, possibly well ahead of overt symptoms. Think of the value this could bring to patients and the advantage it would offer to a healthcare organization in a value-based reimbursement environment. Using existing prescribed imaging studies, Dell’s Imaging Analytics Platform selects appropriate studies that are analyzed for indications of disease presence. The platform makes the results available as reports, which are shared via HL7 or as DICOM objects. These reports are used by primary care physicians and care management program coordinators to provide follow up with patients on diagnostic tests and preventative care programs.Read more >
Personalized healthcare continues to evolve. There are now five pillars of cancer therapy and two of the five, targeted therapies and immunotherapy, are personalized approaches. Join us at 9 AM MST, February 25, 2016 as Eric Walk MD, FCAP, Chief Medical Officer, Ventana Medical Systems, Inc. (Ventana), addresses how personalized healthcare has evolved and impacted cancer diagnosis and therapy.Read more >
This briefing will investigate how regulations and hospital needs stimulate the EMR market in Latin America and will specially focus on how these regulations will potentially encourage the EMR implementation until 2017.
Why You Should Attend:
·Learn about the market dynamics of EMR in the region
·Identify the drivers and restraints impacting the EMR market for the next six years
·Discover business opportunities
During a panel discussion on mobility at Dell World, 2015, Dr. Nick van Terheyden, Chief Medical Officer, Dell Services, discusses the future of healthcare with optimism and enthusiasmRead more >
During a panel discussion on mobility at Dell World, 2015, Dr. Nick van Terheyden, Chief Medical Officer, Dell Services, discusses the future of healthcare with optimism and enthusiasm.Read more >
How One Medical Center Succeeded
*P.A.C.E. credit for this webinar is no longer available.
2014 North American Surgical Imaging Integration Customer Value Enhancement AwardRead more >
Arkansas Medicaid Medical Director, Dr. William Golden, addresses Arkansas’ successful Health Care Payment Improvement Initiative.Read more >