5 best practices for optimized imaging services

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How optimized imaging services can further support the Quadruple Aim


As many of the nation's leading health systems continue to innovate toward value-based models of care, executives are increasingly investing in and implementing new technologies and processes designed to improve care quality, lower costs, and enhance both the patient and provider experience. Imaging services represent a prime target for optimization efforts that can support these aims.

Hospital and health system leaders looking to overcome financial difficulties, improve the patient experience and ensure providers are operating under optimal conditions should prioritize efforts to streamline imaging services.

This white paper details five best practices for optimized imaging services. Key learnings include:


  • How to create a culture of collaboration
  • How to identify appropriate key performance indicators (KPIs) and improvement benchmarks
  • How optimized imaging services can support the pursuit of the Quadruple Aim


Download the Becker’s Hospital Review white paper at Innovation and the Quadruple Aim: 5 best practices

About the author

Mel Allen

Mel Allen, JD, MBA, FACHE

Principal and Practice Operations Lead

Mel has decades of experience in healthcare management with expertise in oncology, radiology, cardiology, hospital performance improvement, and health law. He holds a Juris Doctorate from Concord Law School, an MBA from Oklahoma City University, and a bachelor’s degree in radiologic science from the University of Oklahoma.

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