[caption id="attachment_2892" align="alignleft" width="88"] Eliot Siegel, M.D.[/caption] Editor's Note:  At events like SIIM 2012 attendees must juggle learning sessions, networking activities and exhibits. Hopefully you had time to tour the scientific posters displayed throughout the meeting space that feature the innovative research being done in the field

The proliferation of hospital consolidations as well as facility integration projects supporting HIE and ACO efforts made vendor neutral archiving and image access for referring physicians and patients hot topics at last week’s SIIM conference. Enterprise Archiving The discussion at SIIM went beyond the primary need to

SIIM's Innovation Theatre was standing room only yesterday during the “Medical Imaging? There’s an App for That!” presentation.  The session was moderated by David S. Hirschorn, MD, Director of Radiology Informatics at Staten Island University Hospital, whose passion for mobile devices and its impact on the future of

[caption id="attachment_2790" align="alignleft" width="101"] Erica Carnevale, Digital Media Manager, Carestream[/caption] Today kicks off the 2012 Society for Imaging Informatics in Medicine (SIIM) Annual Meeting. Radiology and health IT administrators and practitioners are convening in Orlando under the timely theme of “Strategic Innovation Through Enterprise Image Management.”

[caption id="attachment_2181" align="alignleft" width="144"] Cristine Kao, Global Marketing Manager, Healthcare IT, Carestream[/caption] Improved referring physician satisfaction combined with demand for more complete clinical information and decision support resources in radiology reports is driving interest in structured report formats – something long championed by RSNA and ACR. Best

[caption id="attachment_1053" align="alignleft" width="134"] Diana L. Nole, President, Digital Medical Solutions, Carestream[/caption] Our mobile devices are communications command centers – both for business and for personal use. So it’s no surprise that mobile applications are entering the healthcare space. A discussion that explores new mobile apps for