Technology | October 28, 2010

Online Education Created for Updates on Imaging Informatics

October 22, 2010 – To help clinicians better understand meaningful use in imaging, TeraMedica has created the Vendor Neutral Archive (VNA) University online educational program.

Those who enroll at VNA University can take classes and seminars at their own pace, which will feature a comprehensive range of topics, such as neutral archives, integrated healthcare enterprise (IHE), and meaningful use. Members of the VNA University will learn from industry experts and receive many other benefits by enrolling at RSNA 2010, Nov. 28 – Dec. 2 in Chicago. To learn about these benefits, RSNA 2010 attendees are invited to stop by TeraMedica’s booth to enroll. TeraMedica will be located in the South Hall of Chicago’s McCormick Place, booth 2901.

“VNA University is a unique way to assist customers and other interested parties, presenting them the most up-to-date industry information in the atmosphere of fear-uncertainty-doubt (FUD) presently in the marketplace. This impartial environment fills a void in VNA education, taking the learner beyond DICOM, towards meaningful use (ARRA) and other global health information initiatives. VNA University is powered by a comprehensive social networking ecosystem. Our offering is merely the first step in this unparalleled recognition of the needs for flexible customer-built, patient-centered solutions in the new world of personalized medicine,” said Paul Markham, TeraMedica vice president of global strategy and marketing. Building on today’s social networking community, VNA University will serve as a virtual place of learning for the A-Z of healthcare and imaging informatics.

“We are proud to deliver this collaborative, non-biased source of relevant industry knowledge, from modality to meaningful use. Embracing the ethos of TeraMedica, VNA University offers a neutral environment, encompassing the multiple perspectives and viewpoints of industry leaders across the globe,” said Jim Prekop, CEO of TeraMedica.

For more information: www.teramedica.com

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