S05E14 IHE White Paper - AI Interoperability


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In this episode, hosts @mohannadhussain @jaynagels Prasanth and @AliTejaniMD interview @ChrisRothMD, @IntegratorBrad, and @_kodon, co-authors of the IHE AI Interoperability in Imaging White Paper.

Chris Roth serves as Vice Chairman of Radiology, Information Technology and Clinical Informatics at Duke University, Director of Imaging IT Strategy at Duke Health where he is also associate professor of Neuroradiology.

Brad Genereaux is Medical Imaging and Smart Hospitals Alliance Manager at NVIDIA, and has a keen focus on accelerating artificial intelligence, visualization, and virtualization in healthcare. As a passionate and engaged healthcare and medical imaging leader, Brad evangelizes the ubiquitous adoption and integration of seamless healthcare and medical imaging workflows at scale. Brad is deeply involved with the community in building and implementing standards like DICOM, HL7, and IHE to make this happen.

Kevin O'Donnell is a Senior R&D Manager at Canon Medical Research USA. As an enthusiastic believer in the value of standards to healthcare in general and medical imaging in particular, he is a past Chair and contributor to DICOM and IHE (Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise), and is currently a member of the SIIM Board of Directors and Chair of the Process Committee of QIBA (Quantitative Imaging Biomarkers Alliance). IHE Wiki Page on the paper, including the video on navigating the paper by Brad. The White Paper can be found here. Connect with us! You can find our podcast on Apple Podcast, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, or anywhere else you subscribe to podcasts. Please help us out by leaving a review on Apple Podcasts. You can find us on Twitter: @SIIM_Tweets, and individually at @mohannadhussain, @jaynagels, @AliTejaniMD, @AAnandMD Visit us!

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