Monthly Archives: September 2017

Intalere Member Best Practice Spotlight – Early Detection of Breast Cancer Saves Lives – Making 3D Mammography Happen at Crossing Rivers Health

ISSUE 3D Tomosynthesis Mammography, the most advanced mammography technology available, was not currently offered in the northeast Iowa or southwest Wisconsin region served by Crossing Rivers Health. SOLUTION Crossing Rivers Health strongly believes residents of rural communities deserve access to the best quality healthcare and technology available, without having to travel long distances. The Crossing […]

Intalere Member Best Practice Spotlight – Parkview Health – Product and Equipment Trials Project Analyst

ISSUE In a growing IDN, migrating to the Institutes Model of organizational structure, more specialty and subspecialty physicians are being recruited into Parkview’s healthcare system. Parkview clinicians make significant efforts to ensure evidence-based best practice products and equipment meet patient needs and provide for optimal patient outcomes. These initiatives have led to a significant upturn […]

Intalere Member Best Practice Spotlight – NYC Health+Hospitals/Sea View – Enhanced Interdisciplinary Palliative Care Services

ISSUE To provide optimum compassionate and dignified care for residents with an acute or chronic serious illness, NYC Health+Hospitals/Sea View needed to enhance their palliative care services. SOLUTION Sea View implemented a Palliative Care Program that fosters an interdisciplinary approach that supports both residents and families alike, where attention to physical, psychological, social and spiritual […]

Intalere Member Best Practice Spotlight – Lompoc Valley Medical Center – Robot on Call – Telemedicine Saving Lives

ISSUE Because the Lompoc Valley does not have a neurologist available around the clock, patients displaying signs of a stroke are often transferred out of town to larger hospitals with more advanced treatment capabilities, delaying potential life-saving care and forcing a patient’s support network to travel to be near the patient. SOLUTION After several months […]