As medical imaging technology has proliferated throughout healthcare organizations, so has confusion and complexity. More and more departments have jumped on the medical imaging bandwagon, spawning multi-vendor systems for different applications that have made integration and support challenging and expensive. Failure to make sense of disparate, best-of-breed solutions has significant implications for IT professionals within healthcare organizations, forced to deal with incompatibilities and inefficiencies.
Join medical imaging data management expert Michael Gray for a discussion on how to plan, deploy and manage a Vendor-Neutral Archive (VNA) program to eliminate data silos and promote interoperability for medical imaging applications.
About the Speaker:
Michael Gray is the principal of Gray Consulting, a consulting practice established in 1991 to develop a number of consulting services designed to assist Healthcare Systems and Radiology Practice Groups.