Imaging informatics has been an established profession in Radiology since the introduction of PACS (Picture Archiving and Communication Systems) for the management of digital images in medicine. Over the last several years, medical imaging informatics has expanded beyond its traditional home in radiology to encompass all imaging specialties. As the landscape of the profession shifts and grows, so do the professionals and the professional requirements necessary to work in this innovative environment.

The Landscape of Imaging Informatics provides learners with an overview of the imaging informatics profession, detailing how potential learners can leverage their technical, clinical, or soft skills to join the ranks of global imaging informaticist.

Publish Date

Aug 1, 2022

Topic

  • Enterprise Imaging
  • Talent Development
  • Training

Resource Type

  • Microlearning

Audience Type

  • Imaging IT
  • Vendor

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The Academy for Radiology and Biomedical Imaging Research’ and the Radiological Society of North America’s (RSNA) 2024 Academy- CIBR Research Roundtable Discussion

Jul 9, 2024

On Tuesday, March 5th a broad community came together to discuss the topics of “Artificial Intelligence in Imaging” and “Sustainability…

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Report of the HIMSS-SIIM Enterprise Imaging Community Data Standards Evaluation Workgroup: Anatomic Ontology Assessment

Jun 10, 2024

Journal of Digital Imaging Open Access Article Dawn Cram, Monief Eid, Mitchell M. Goldburgh, Jason Nagels, Lawrence Yudkovitch & Alexander J. Towbin Abstract Previously, the lack…

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Celebrating 10 Years of the HIMSS-SIIM Enterprise Imaging Community and Enterprise Imaging Informatics

Jun 10, 2024

Journal of Digital Imaging Open Access Article Christopher J. Roth, Cheryl A. Petersilge, Dawn Cram, Kim Garriott, Lou Lannum, Cheryl K. Carey, Nikki Medina, Tammy Kwiatkoski, James…