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Medical imaging technology continues to evolve. The adoption of Vendor Neutral Archives and the introduction of new modalities, such as Digital Breast Tomosynthesis, require a new approach to infrastructure. For most organizations, the number and sizes of studies are increasing. They are seeing as much as 48% year over year growth (or a doubling of the storage requirements about every two years). Also, the way users want to view the images is changing.
Watch this 30-minute webinar to learn about modern infrastructure for imaging IT, best practices for implementation and lessons learned along the way, as you embark on your journey to add these critical solutions into your workflow.
Mark Weiler — Sr. Solution Architect, Emerging Technologies Division, EMC Isilon
Mark Weiler is the Sr. Solutions Architect at EMC Isilon responsible for Isilon’s Healthcare technical architecture, solution development, and technical partner engagements. Mark has over 16 years of experience in healthcare and life sciences technology. Prior to joining EMC Isilon, Mark was an Implementation Architect for Caradigm, a leading population health management company, responsible for all technical aspects of implementations on the Caradigm Intelligence Platform. He also spent 4 years with Microsoft’s Health Solutions Group, working as an Applications Consultant on both the Amalga Unified Intelligence Platform and legacy Rosetta Biosoftware genotyping, proteomics, and gene expression data management and analysis solutions. At Rosetta Biosoftware (a subsidiary of Merck & Co.)
Jonathan Carr — Senior Solutions Consultant, McKesson Medical Imaging Professional Services
Jonathan Carr is a Senior Solutions Consultant with McKesson Medical Imaging Professional Services. He has been in the field for 15+ years and had extensive experience in Medical Imaging and Health Care IT. He relies on this experience and training to provide custom consultative solutions to unique problems; all the while understanding the Customer need to be standard based, regulatory compliant, and data driven.