Medical Images: Every Kind, Every Situation, Everywhere

SIIM is making a major change in its focus to enterprise medical image management - leading the discussion, research, and education.

Annual SIIM Membership Meeting in Long Beach

Voting for the 2014-2015 slate of new directors for the SIIM Board will take place at the Annual Meeting of Members on Friday, May 16, 2014 at 12:00 pm in Long Beach, CA. David E. Brown, CIIP, will present his goals as incoming chair of the society and the latest information on the new SIIM e-communities. The annual membership meeting will be followed by the SIIM fellow induction.

Sign up for the upcoming SIIM Hackathon 2014!

Code Hero Brad Generaux’s video tells all about the SIIM 2014 Hackathon. Don Dennison’s latest blog describes the power of convergence of health information. Will hacking and mash-ups save the World?

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What is Imaging Informatics?

"Medical imaging informatics is a multidisciplinary field that intersects with the biological sciences, health services, information sciences, medical physics, and engineering.

Imaging informatics touches every aspect of the imaging chain from image creation and acquisition, to image distribution and management, to image storage and retrieval, to image processing, analysis and understanding, to image visualization and data navigation; to image interpretation, reporting, and communications. The field serves as the integrative catalyst for these processes and forms a bridge with imaging and other medical disciplines.

Imaging informatics professionals and scientists specializing in this evolving field are pioneers involved at the intersection of information science, imaging technology and healthcare and require clinical acumen as well as expert understanding of technology."

K. P. Andriole, Chapter in: Advances in Medical Physics. Editors A.B. Wolbarst, R. Zamenholf, "Overview of Medical Imaging Informatics", Medical Physics Publishing, Madison, WI, 2006, pp 201-227.
K. P. Andriole. Business Briefings: Future Directions in Imaging 2006. "Introduction to Radiologic Informatics" 2006, pp 1-4