RSNA Webinar - Data in Radiology: Navigating Challenges and Improving Efficiencies
Title: Data in Radiology: Navigating Challenges and Improving Efficiencies
Date: September 24, 2020
Time: 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Central
Healthcare is producing more and more data designed to reveal important information about our patients' health but that has created challenges in accessing the data and gleaning the most useful insights. With even more data likely to be available in the future, it is necessary to consider not only how radiologists will access it, but how they will be able to use it. Current IT systems exist to help manage images within departments, across the enterprise, and now from clinicians' homes but accessing the data remains a key concern for most radiologists. Once they access it, the challenge turns to harnessing that data quickly and comprehensively so that the insights available can be converted into actionable information for clinicians. By looking at what is and isn't working today as well as what is on the horizon, the panel will discuss points that need to be considered to help the field progress forward and adapt to future challenges.
Level of Content:
Basic to Intermediate
Radiologists and Residents
- David Mendelson, MD, FACR, Professor of Diagnostic, Molecular and Interventional Radiology, Mount Sinai Medical Center
- Yan Chen, PhD, Associate Professor of Cancer Screening at Division of Cancer and Stem Cell, School of Medicine at University of Nottingham
- David Gruen, MD, MBA, FACR, Chief Medical Officer, Imaging, IBM Watson Health, Body and Women's Imaging Radiologist, Jefferson Radiology, Hartford, CT
- Pina Sanelli, MD, MPH, FACR, Vice Chairman of Research, Department of Radiology, Northwell Health, Professor of Radiology, Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell, Professor, Center for Health Innovations and Outcomes Research at the Feinstein Institutes for Medical Research
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