Staten Island University Hospital is accredited by the Medical Society of the State of New York (MSSNY) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
Staten Island University Hospital designates this live activity for a maximum of 6 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
This activity has been approved for 5 Category A+ and 1 Category A CE credits by the ASRT.
The New York Medical Imaging Informatics Symposium is a great place to explore the best practices in medical imaging information systems including Picture Archiving and Communication Systems (PACS), Radiology and Cardiovascular Information Systems (RIS and CVIS), speech recognition reporting systems, vendor neutral archives (VNAs) and image-enabled electronic medical records (EMR), clinical decision support systems, critical test result management systems, medical displays and methods of image exchange. You can also learn the latest information about the rules of meaningful use for health information technology as they pertain to medical imaging, and informatics techniques to lower radiation dose. In addition to a gathering of first rate nationally recognized speakers, the meeting will have an extensive technical exhibit area for attendees to see examples of these systems first-hand.
Vice Chair of Radiology for Informatics, Massachusetts General Hospital
Professor and Vice Chairman Research Information Systems University of Maryland School of Medicine, Department of Diagnostic Radiology, Chief Imaging VA Maryland Healthcare System
Radiologist-in-Chief, Massachusetts General Hospital
Chief Information Officer, Partners Healthcare
Director of Radiology Informatics, Staten Island University Hospital
Radiologist, University of Pennsylvania, Co-founder of Montage
Introductory remarks – Dr. David Hirschorn, Staten Island University Hospital
The Evolving Role of Imaging in Healthcare: Imaging 3.0, MIPS, PHM and ACOs – Dr. Keith Dreyer, Massachusetts General Hospital
The Rise and Fall of Digital X-ray: Moving to an All CT Department of the Future – Dr. Eliot Siegel, Baltimore VA
Morning coffee break
Is the Art of Medicine Dead in the Era of Population Health Management – Dr. James Brink, Massachusetts General Hospital
Managing Radiology IT in an EHR Era – Mr. Jim Noga, Partners Healthcare
Dedicated Technical Exhibit Hall Time and Lunch
Critical Results: Getting the Right Message to the Right Doctor, On Time – Dr. David Hirschorn, Staten Island University Hospital
Afternoon coffee break
Imaging 3.0 in Action: Using Data Analytics to Transition from Volume to Value – Dr. William Boonn, University of Pennsylvania
Selected Poster Presentations
Dedicated Technical Exhibit Hall Time
Reception & Poster Awards