Karen Holzberger
Karen Holzberger is the senior vice president and general manager of Nuance’s Healthcare’s diagnostic solutions business. Karen joined Nuance in 2014 with more than 15 years of experience in the Healthcare industry. Prior to Nuance, she was the vice president and general manager of Global Radiology Workflow at GE Healthcare where she managed service, implementation, product management and development for mission critical healthcare IT software. Karen attended Stevens Institute of Technology where she earned a B.S in Mechanical Engineering.
Karen Holzberger’s stories
From challenge comes change

On International Women’s Day exactly a year ago today, we were still a few days away from pandemic lockdowns and trying to comprehend the scale and nature of the changes to come. We also did not yet appreciate how well people would work together even while working apart. Each of us had to re-think our […]

RSNA 2020 and the new post-hype reality for radiology AI in everyday clinical use

Like many things this year, the annual meeting of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) looked and felt different as a fully online virtual experience. That included our team’s participation in sessions and online demonstration of our AI-powered, cloud-based “Radiology Experience of the Future.” The virtual nature of the show and our event was […]

Solving for radiologists’ toughest challenges at Banner Imaging

With locations across Arizona, Banner Imaging (Banner) creates more than 600,000 medical imaging studies a year – and with volumes that high, they’ve faced their fair share of radiology workflow challenges along the way. At Banner, it’s not just about standardizing data from numerous diagnostic modalities or normalizing measurement data for precise diagnoses. It’s also […]

Turning vision into reality at RSNA 2020 with the “Radiology Experience of the Future”

At each of the past few RSNA annual meetings, Nuance has introduced important new capabilities and enhancements for our diagnostic solutions portfolio. That includes the Nuance® AI Marketplace, Nuance PowerScribe™ One, and for 2020, the integration of Common Data Elements standards into PowerScribe One. We’ve also increased investments in PowerScribe Follow-up Manager, mPower Clinical Analytics, […]

Grandview Medical Center achieves new levels of efficiency and quality with PowerScribe One

In Birmingham, Alabama, Grandview Medical Center has grown to become a progressive, flagship facility. But until 2019, the radiology department still relied one hundred percent on transcription for their radiology reports. According to radiologist Dr. Joel Mixon, the process was inefficient at best. As a resident, he trained on a voice recognition platform, so he […]

How Einstein Healthcare Network is putting AI into action

As the largest independent academic medical center in Philadelphia, Einstein Healthcare Network has one mission – to provide exceptionally intelligent, responsive healthcare and education for its patients. It’s a vision reflected in the radiology team’s careful attention to every aspect of the patient journey – from scheduling and image acquisition to reporting and follow-up. Not […]

Clear skies for cloud-based radiology innovation with PowerScribe One and Nines teleradiology

PowerScribe One is the cloud-based centerpiece of our portfolio of diagnostic imaging solutions. Its structured data model, standards support, real-time communications, and AI-powered workflow and decision support tools help radiologists improve care and financial outcomes while enhancing productivity and reducing burnout. The PowerScribe One cloud platform also unites a wider collaborative community of innovators and […]

A Real View: Testing a partnership under the pressures of a pandemic

Prioritizing progress The Radiology Alliance team was among the more than ninety percent of radiology practices in the U.S. that experienced a major decline in the volume of procedures unrelated to COVID-19. “Instead of a standard deployment, we suddenly found ourselves upending everything we do—as well as how and where we do it—while simultaneously moving […]

The Real View: Integrating AI into radiology workflow to accelerate future growth

Health systems and radiology departments continue to face the ongoing challenges of burnout and financial constraints, both of which have been exacerbated by a global pandemic. We know, for example, that the American College of Radiology has adopted CDC guidance to reschedule non-urgent outpatient screening, such as mammography, and interventional procedures. The economic effects are […]

A Real View: Radiology’s Post-COVID Road to Recovery

The sudden and disruptive hard pivot that radiologists made as the COVID-19 pandemic struck early in the spring was more than just a series of necessary adaptations. It also signaled the acceleration of digital transformation initiatives that were underway in radiology and other areas of healthcare before the pandemic. Now, radiology practices are highly motivated […]

A Real View: Supporting Northwell radiologists and the Javits Center field hospital with innovation and infrastructure

In late March, as New York City prepared for a surge in patients with COVID-19, officials from FEMA and the Army Corps of Engineers partnered to create thousands of additional patient care beds over just a couple of weeks. Supporting this plan meant dedicating space within the city’s iconic Javits Center to establish a temporary […]

A Real View: Needs, Capabilities, Kindness and a Hard Pivot For Radiology During COVID-19

As the COVID-19 pandemic engulfed hospitals across the country, radiology department leaders had to make a hard and immediate pivot to have their teams work safely from home within a matter of days. That entailed transforming established work routines built around multiple on-site systems to work effectively from multiple locations away from the normally bustling […]