Society for Imaging Informatics in Medicine - SIIM 2014

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Director of Meetings
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The SIIM Annual Meeting is recognized as the preeminent educational forum and technical exhibition in image and information systems management, work flow, and innovation. The conference provides an open and collegial atmosphere for imaging informatics professionals to access expert, unbiased, cutting edge resources as well as practical information for problem solving in the clinical setting.

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3D Imaging Software
Advanced Visualization
Archiving Services (ASP)
Business Analytics/Dashboards
CD/DVD Recording/Distribution
Clinical Decision Support
Cloud Archiving
Cloud Computing
Consulting Services
CPOE (Care Provider Order Entry)
Critical Test Results Management
Visualization & Analysis Software
Data Integration/Migration
Data Mining
DICOM (Digital Imaging & Communications in Medicine)
Digital Breast Imaging
Digital Readiology
Disaster Recovery
Educational Services
Electronic Document Management (EMR/EHR)
Enterprise Imaging
Film Digitizers
Image Distribution
Image Processing System
Image Sharing & Management
Imaging Devices (CR, DR, Fluoro)

Imaging Ordering & Scheduling
Information Systems (RIS, HIS)
Interface Hardware/Software
Internet Services
Mammography Reporting
Mobile & Portable Solutions
Monitors/Medical Displays
Networking Solutions
Neutral Archiving
PACS – Enterprise
PACS – Radiology 
PACS Modalities
Quality Assurance/Peer Review
QICS (Qualitative Intelligence & Communication Systems)
Radiation Dose Management
Report Distribution
Reporting Systems
Secure Image / File Exchange
Software Development Kits (SDK)
Speech Recognition/Dictation
Storage Media Fixed/Portable
Teleradiology Systems
Universal Viewers
Vendor Neutral Archive
Visualization & Analysis Software
Workflow Software
Workflow/Worklist Management

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