Business Analytics: From Departmental to Enterprise-wide
Business analytics has the power to transform practices by empowering individuals to make data-driven decisions that align with their institution's vision and goals. In this session, attendees be exposed to several practical examples that have helped reshape departmental and enterprise-wide practices.
the Hackathon participants will share and demo their final projects. View the presentations and hear moderators Q&A with participants on how the projects will solve imaging informatics challenges. The award for Best Project will be presented during the Closing General Session at 3:00 pm.
The 2015 Dwyer Lecture - An IT Blueprint for the Value Based Imaging Era
The 2015 Dwyer Lecture will discuss Michael E. Porter’s model for a value-based healthcare system. The quest for value and care coordination in imaging requires a new generation of integration between our systems. Imaging informatics has an opportunity to lead this reform through new technologies.
Digital Breast Tomosynthesis: Ready for PACS Prime Time?
Digital Breast Tomosynthesis challenges traditional PACS deployments because of its relatively large size and highly specific display software requirements. Attendees will engage in discussion with vendors on infrastructure, integration, and the standardization of DBT.
Objective data can win friends, and arguments. In this session, attendees will discover the basic mechanics of accessing data from existing clinical systems. Additionally, explanations for the need for harmonization of terminology will be discussed.
Dedicated to imaging informatics across the enterprise, the SIIM 2015 Annual Meeting will focus on providing imaging informatics professionals with the education, tools, and science needed to optimize their department and bridge it with the enterprise.