VNA Institute logoThe Vendor Neutral Archive Institute of Technology (VNAIT) is hosting an IT symposium aimed at radiologists, cardiologists, and hospital executives to discuss key issues in clinical image interoperability. Challenges and Opportunities of Clinical Operability will be held in San Francisco on March 24.

Sessions include:

  • “A Patient-Centric Database for Digital Objects in a Large Radiation Oncology Department”?- Peter Balter, MS, PhD, medical physicist, University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
  • “Looking Back and Projecting Forward on the VNA”?- Boris Zavalkovskiy, IT director, Imaging Systems & Services, Stanford Hospital and Clinics – Information Technology Services
  • “State of the Health Care and IT Union for Population Health Management”?- Doug Thompson, senior research director, The Advisory Board Company

The first two sessions have been submitted for approval of continuing education (CE) hours for the Certified Professional in Healthcare Information & Management Systems (CPHIMS) and the Certified Associate in Healthcare Information & Management Systems (CAHIMS).

The event is sponsored by TeraMedica and available to health professionals at no cost. To register, visit the event page.