Blog | May 02, 2014

“Surfing the Wave of Big Data With Informatics”

SIIM 2014: The 2014 annual meeting of the Society for Imaging Informatics in Medicine (SIIM) will take place May 15-17, 2014, at the Long Beach Convention Center in Long Beach, Calif. The meeting promises to deliver leading-edge content and practical solutions for the imaging informatics challenges the industry is currently facing. Meeting highlights will include cutting-edge healthcare IT, IIP career development, peer-to-peer learning, interactive sessions, daily virtual sessions, industry highlights and more. Preview new products and services in the exhibit hall, attend technical demonstrations, ask questions, get answers and find the solutions that are right for you.

SIIM 2014 Hot Topic Sessions will include Web technologies, decision support, legislation impacting radiology, enterprise IT, mobile technologies, radiation dose monitoring and more. The meeting also will feature learning labs, scientific and collaborating sessions, roundtable discussions and Innovation Theater sessions.

In addition, attendees can preview new products and services in the exhibit hall, attend technical demonstrations, ask questions, get answers and find solutions. Some of the products that will be exhibited are featured below.

Be sure to stop by Imagine Technology News’ booth (233) to say hello and share what is new at your facility. Onsite registration opens at 4 pm on May 14 at the Long Beach Convention Center. For more information: www.SIIM2014.org

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