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Let’s Talk About I.T. | Complimentary Webinar

March 29, 2018 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm CDT

A Round Table Discussion on Implementing Enterprise-wide CDS Solutions

Join us for a complimentary round table discussion with industry health I.T. experts on best practices about system-wide EHR solutions that create positive impact, reduce waste and drive improvement.

At National Decision Support Company (NDSC) we understand that healthcare leaders are looking for strategic, system-wide solutions for improvement. We also understand that you need consistently reliable standards to track costs and quality.

Electronic health record (EHR) systems with CareSelect™ can help organizations improve quality of care while responsibly reducing waste to deliver real, tangible results:

• An intermediate health system saved $600,000 in in-patient imaging orders in a year.

• A large health system cut its out-patient low utility imaging orders by 17%.

• An imaging department increased its diagnostic efficiencies by 50%.

Join industry experts Henry Soch, Dr. Ryan Lee, and Dr. Greg Nicola for a complimentary round table discussion and learn how their experiences implementing CareSelect within their EHRs provides consistently reliable standards; reduces variation of care; and gathers data to improve performance.

Together, we’ll explore how these factors can lead to better patient care, better population health, better provider efficiency and lower cost of care.

Registration is now closed. A recording of the discussion will be available after the session.



Henry Soch | Vice President | Sg2, Health Care & Hospital System Consultancy

A leader of Sg2’s clinical technology research, Henry analyzes the impact of medical technologies on care delivery, especially in cardiovascular services, neurosciences, oncology, orthopedics, surgery and physician practices. He also collaborates with organizations to develop operational strategies that enhance overall program development, increase market share, foster alignment with physicians, improve profitability and optimize care delivery.


Dr. Greg Nicola, MD, FACR | Executive Leadership | Hackensack Radiology Group

Dr. Nicola is a practicing radiologist, sub-specialized in neuroradiology, and currently serves as the Vice President of the Hackensack Radiology Group in Hackensack, New Jersey. He is a leader in the radiology community, specifically regarding health policy and economics issues. His current roles include: Chair of the American College of Radiology’s Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Committee (MACRA); Chair of the American Society of Neuro-radiology Economics Committee and Health Policy Committee; and the ASNR advisor to the American Medical Association Relative Value Update Committee.

Dr. Ryan Lee, MD, MBA, MRMD | Clinical Associate Professor of Radiology, SKMC at Thomas Jefferson University | Magnetic Resonance Medical Director,Director of Quality, Section Chief, Neuroradiology, Department of Radiology, Einstein Healthcare Network

Dr. Lee’s areas of expertise include radiation management in imaging, radiology clinical decision support, and MRI Safety. An authority on quality in radiology, he serves on several quality and safety committees in the Einstein Healthcare Network. Dr. Lee has worked with National Decision Support Company (NDSC) to incrementally implement the CareSelect™ Platform across the Einstein Healthcare Network.

Bob Cooke | Vice President of Marketing and Strategy, NDSC

As Vice President of Strategy, Bob Cooke leads NDSC’s strategic development efforts and works at all levels of the organization to instill NDSC’s culture and vision. Over his 30-year career, Bob has developed a track record for driving growth through technology innovation in product, technology and executive leadership roles within the healthcare informatics field.

Andy Farrell | Director of Implementation, NDSC
Dr. Dan Anderson, MD | Physician Informaticist, NDSC

Dr. Dan Anderson, M.D., is a physician informaticist at National Decision Support Company. He has practiced both hospital and emergency medicine and has worked extensively in clinical decision support and educational technology. Dr. Anderson has held leadership positions in multiple software companies specializing in health informatics and continues to innovate at the intersection of medicine and computer science.



March 29, 2018
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
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