17

Nov

2021

14:00

GMT

15:00

CET

Webinar

Unifying the Cardiology Care Pathway Through a Dedicated Cardiology IT Solution: Helping to Improve Reporting Efficiency in Key Cardiology Disciplines

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Overview

Healthcare professionals (Cardiologists and CIOs) are constantly looking to find ways to unify the cardiology care pathway. In this webinar we discuss how cardiology software solutions can help to achieve this by unifying structured data, images and analysis tools to help generate faster, more informed decisions, and ultimately give time back to the clinicians for them to spend with what matters the most, their patients. Join our experts to learn how specific enablers in the care pathway such as side-by-side reporting and CRM interfacing helps streamline the workflow to reduce reporting time and improve reporting quality in key cardiology disciplines such as Coronary Artery Disease. 

Performed By:

Enrico Neri

Enrico Neri

Guy Van Camp

Guy Van Camp

Koen Van Bockstal

Koen Van Bockstal

Moderated By:

Ajay Joyson

Ajay Joyson

This webinar is supported by:

Agenda

Introduction

Ajay Joyson

A Cardiology IT Solution: Use in the echolab

Prof Guy Van Camp

Cardiology IT Solution Makes the Work Easier

Koen Van Bockstal

Discussion

Ajay Joyson, Prof Guy Van Camp, Koen Van Bockstal and Enrico Neri

Learning Objectives

  • Understand how the departmental workflow can be streamlined in specific cardiology disciplines e.g. Coronary Artery Disease
  • Discover how specific enablers in the care pathway help to reduce reporting time
  • Discuss the impact of improved workflow efficiency on patient experience and clinical outcomes

Target Audience

  • Interventional Cardiologists
  • Cardiologists
  • Information Technology Technicians
  • Cardiovascular Specialists

Faculty Biographies

Enrico Neri

Enrico Neri

Enrico holds a M. Sc. in Electronic Engineering from the University of Pavia (Italy), with a specialization in Bioengineering.

Enrico entered the healthcare industry after the master, as a Project Manager at Hewlett-Packard Healthcare Professional Services Organization.

He worked with different roles and responsibilities at Agilent Technologies Healthcare Solutions Group and at Philips Medical Systems.

Enrico started his career with GEHC in 2006 in the Healthcare IT team as CVIT Modality Leader to drive the CVIT Business in the assigned region.

He covered different roles in the organization currently he is the EMEA Cardiology Commercial Leader driving the Cardiology IT commercial definition and execution in EMEA.

He is responsible to develop the market development strategy and the launch of the new solutions in Cardiology in the EMEA Region.

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Guy Van Camp

Guy Van Camp

Guy Van Camp is currently a cardiologist at the Cardiovascular Center OLV Aalst, Belgium. 

In 1986 he became a Doctor in medicine at the university hospital UZ Brussel, Belgium (GD). From 1989-1991 he did Cardiology training at the university hospital St. Pieter, Brussels, Belgium and in 1991 until 1997 was a Cardiologist at the university hospital St. Pieter, Brussels, Belgium.

He is Editor in chief of Tijdschrift voor cardiologie/Journal de cardiologie.

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Koen Van Bockstal

Koen Van Bockstal

In 2017 Koen became an Allied Professional as a Cardiac Device Specialist, and certified by EHRA (European Heart Rhythm Association).

From 2017 to the present day, he is responsible for the Cardiac Device Clinic, at OLV Hospital in Aalst, Belgium and it was here he started the implementation of GEHC’s CCW (Centricity Cardio Workflow)/CRM (Cardiac Rhythm Management) module. Between 2011-2017 he held the position of Cardiac Device Nurse and prior to that was the Head Nurse in the Cath Lab during which time GE Healthcare’s haemodynamic recording system, and a previous cardiovascular IT solution was installed.  

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Ajay Joyson

Ajay Joyson

Ajay is the Cardiology Applications Team Leader and a Senior Applications Consultant at GE Healthcare in EMEA. Starting as a Clinical Applications Specialist in 2010, Ajay quickly moved to Applications Leader before becoming a Senior Applications Consultant including a relocation from Riyadh to Amersham in the UK where he currently resides. He has a BSc in Medical Imaging Technology from Manipal University and a postgraduate degree in Health Informatics from UCL, UK.

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