This webinar will be hosted by Jörg Studzinski (Director at the Research and Advisory Services department within HIMSS Analytics in Europe) who will be joining us to give a close look into the Digital Imaging Adoption Model (DIAM).
The Webinar will provide an introduction to the Digital Imaging Adoption Model (DIAM). Participants will learn how they can leverage the DIAM, developed by HIMSS Analytics and the European Society of Radiology, to improve their Imaging-IT environment. DIAM supports clinical and managerial users of medical imaging technology with their strategic, operational and procurement decisions. The model is designed to identify potential gaps in infrastructure and workflow, monitors technological progress, enables benchmarking with peer organisations and provides a roadmap for future investments.
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Jörg Studzinski is Director at the Research and Advisory Services department within HIMSS Analytics in Europe.
He is responsible for product development, the execution of consulting engagements and the creation of market reports based on the HIMSS Analytics Maturity Models (e.g. EMR Adoption Model, Digital Imaging Adoption Model, Continuity of Care Maturity Model). His role also comprises speaking engagements at events from healthcare providers as well as the industry.
Jörg’s professional background in academic research as well as in internationally active market research companies provides him with exhaustive experience in data collection, analysis, report writing as well as solution finding by working closely together with the client. Being an analytical as well as a communicative personality he supports hospital directors, IT executives and clinicians with their strategies to adopt and use health information technology.
Before joining HIMSS in 2010 he was the responsible project manager for the European eHospital Census, the most comprehensive study on the installed base of hospital IT applications, supplier structure and market influencing factors in Europe, at dii GmbH. His professional background also comprises internationally active market research companies (Environics in Canada, Vocatus in Germany) and academic research (Erfurt School of Public Policy). He holds a Master’s degree in communication science from the University of Leipzig.
HIMSS Analytics collects and analyzes data related to healthcare IT processes and environments in order to support strategic decisions of the different parties involved in Healthcare IT.
HIMSS Analytics and HIMSS Europe are part of HIMSS Worldwide, a global, cause-based, not-for-profit organization focused on better health through information technology (IT). HIMSS leads efforts to optimize health engagements and care outcomes using IT. The enterprise produces health IT thought leadership, education, events, market research and media services around the world.