Partnerships and innovation can transform radiology

We are grateful for the rich community of partners and the clients we have the privilege to serve at Nuance Healthcare. Because we know that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts, we continue to broaden our own circle to cultivate more relationships that enable us all to better serve radiologists.
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This is a week where we are given a special opportunity to appreciate the community that sustains us.

Whether that is a large circle, or a more intimate one, it is a reminder we are all better together.

We are grateful for the rich community of partners and the clients we have the privilege to serve at Nuance Healthcare. Because we know that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts, we continue to broaden our own circle to cultivate more relationships that enable us all to better serve radiologists.

Radiologists are under more pressure than ever, including a greater volume of cases, reporting requirements and the need to demonstrate value in a global market.  At Nuance, we are deeply concerned that 49% of radiologists surveyed by Medscape reported feeling burned out like a “cog in a wheel,” and radiologists self-reported as being among the unhappiest of all physician groups.

We know amplifying human intelligence can help ease the burdens, and allow radiologists to be more productive, so they can focus their attention where it belongs – on the patient.

At the 2017 Radiological Society of North America Annual Meeting (RSNA) at McCormick Place in Chicago, we’ll be introducing a first-of-its-kind Artificial Intelligence (AI) initiative, and a collaborative effort with other industry leaders to proliferate AI in radiology.

These innovations will speed the creation and adoption of AI in healthcare imaging by giving radiologists the real-time intelligence needed at the time of care and within their preferred workflow.

We look forward to connecting with you at #RSNA17 at Booth 2700, or please schedule an appointment with us here.

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Karen Holzberger

About Karen Holzberger

Karen Holzberger is the 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.