Join Change Healthcare Medical Imaging at SIIM 2012

2012-05-29
 

McKesson Medical Imaging at SIIM 2012

 

 

 

There is simply no other conference that delivers strategic innovation to medical imaging management better than SIIM. That’s one of the reasons that McKesson will be attending and exhibiting at this industry tradeshow. We want to showcase our enterprise imaging management solutions for RIS professionals at this premier event.

This year, we will be introducing the McKesson Enterprise Image Repository™, a new solution independent of PACS, which archives and manages medical imaging data on behalf of the many systems with which it operates. Please feel free to stop by our booth (#117) or register in advance, for a complimentary onsite demo.

(McKesson Technology Solutions is now Change Healthcare)

Society for Imaging Informatics in Medicine (SIIM) History

SIIM had its origins in 1980 with a small group of forward-thinking individuals who could see that medical imaging was on the verge of undergoing a revolutionary change. The Radiology Information System Consortium (RISC) was formed in 1980 by a group of academic and private hospitals for the purpose of developing an RIS with a commercial partner and making it available to member institutions and others.

Medical Imaging Trends to Open General Session

The SIIM 2012 Annual Meeting and Exhibits will be held June 7 – 10, 2012 at the Orlando World Center Marriot in Orlando, FL, where you’ll hear from a panel of Millennials who will present their perspectives on current medical imaging trends, such as the use of social media in healthcare and medical data exchange, at the Opening General Session.

Picture Your Success

During SIIM, picture your success with enterprise medical imaging technology that helps deliver better care today and in the future.

Join us at Booth #117 for a product demo and to learn more about these cardiology solutions.

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