Customer Exclusive: My life in flow – Part 2

Published On: June 19th, 2024|Categories: Enterprise Imaging, Enterprise Imaging Platform, Radiology|

Empowering the flow: exclusive Radiologist interviews show clinicians sharing “my life in flow”.

At AGFA HealthCare, we are transforming the delivery of care – supporting healthcare professionals across the globe with secure, effective, and sustainable imaging data management. Our focus on creating an exceptional experience through the power of technology has profiled us as an Empowerer in industry; we have reached the podium where we can radiate a life in flow to the market, and importantly, to our valued customers.

What is flow?

The Flow theory is a psychological concept that was first introduced by Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi in 1975*. It is defined as the state of being completely absorbed in an activity, where one’s skills are matched with the challenge at hand. Since then, business consultants have conducted extensive research on the flow theory, and its applications in various fields – such as education and business.

According to Csikszentmihalyi, the conditions for entering flow are concepted as “perceived challenges, or opportunities for action, that stretch but do not overmatch existing skills. Clear proximal goals, technology and human.”

Industry colleagues are no strangers to AGFA HealthCare’s drive – That’s life in flow is an integral anchor to our company standards – this intuition stages our investment, drive and ambition as a class-leading Enterprise Imaging partner.

New for 2024, we are delighted to show true leverage of flow within our customer insights. Hosted by Chief Clinical Information Officer for AGFA HealthCare, Dr Nick Spencer, we have extracted some key insights from Enterprise Imaging users, illustrating how they find their life in flow in a series of videocasts.

Part 2: Dr Davide Ippolito shares his life in flow. 

Part 2: Dr Davide Ippolito gives us a “Moment in Radiology”

Dr Davide Ippolito is the Head of the Emergency Radiology Unit at the San Gerado Hospital in Monza, Italy. San Gerardo Hospital is a 1000-bed hospital with three connected radiology areas. He is also a professor at the University of Milano-Bicocca, Department of Surgery and Interdisciplinary Medicine, which is linked with the hospital for educational and research purposes.

Conversing with Dr Spencer during a recent radiology conference, Davide shares his life in flow, clearly supported with references to his partnering technology platforms.

Want to see more? Follow our news page to see the next My life in flow – coming soon! 


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