Cambridge University Hospitals looks forward to seeing benefits of enterprise imaging system

Change Healthcare has implemented its Radiology PACS, Image Repository and Workflow Intelligence solution at Cambridge University Hospitals (CUH) NHS Foundation Trust, replacing an existing PACS at Addenbrooke’s Hospital.

The process involved a collaborative approach between Change Healthcare and CUH. In its role as technology partner, Change Healthcare was able to advise the trust regarding aspects such as data transfer and governance to gain efficiencies and work towards achieving significant time savings.

CUH’s acting imaging operations manager James Brennan said: “The functionality of the technology has impressed our team as has the implementation process. We are eager to see the benefits of the solutions in the coming months.”

Change Healthcare vp international Ray Cahill added: “We are delighted to see our enterprise imaging solutions go live at CUH, following a very successful implementation process and marking the start of what will be an excellent technology partnership between us. CUH is one of the largest and best-known trusts in the country, so we are delighted to be working so closely together to support its enterprise imaging capabilities.”

Picture: Seated are PACS and RIS manager Glenda Virgo and medical physicist Martin Graves. Behind them are Change Healthcare project manager David Farrell, PACS radiographer Thomas Dunham, consultant radiologist and project clinical lead Dr Andrew Winterbottom and Change Healthcare executive director of international operations Richard Turner.

Published on page 22 of the May 2019 issue of RAD Magazine.

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