Technology | October 22, 2010

Virtual University to be Launched at RSNA 2010

October 22, 2010 - TeraMedica will launch VNA University at RSNA on November 30. As founders in the VNA space, the educational concept is the culmination of customer demand, the advent of the social network community and a general sense of philanthropy. The motto of this university will be voluntas statua, which translates as “meaningful imaging”.

VNA University will be a virtual place of learning for healthcare and imaging informatics, featuring topics such as vendor neutral archives, IHE and meaningful use, as they apply to this realm. Members of the VNA University will hear from industry experts and receive many other benefits at the show. To enroll, stop by the booth in McCormick Place South Hall #2901 during show hours.

TeraMedica's Univision - Mobile is now available on the iPad, and the company will also display several new products and updates at the show.

For more information: www.teramedica.net

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