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Optimizing Effective Cancer Care at NIH

 
 
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See how leading radiologists and oncologists at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) are using technology such as semi-automated cancer lesion management and multi-media reporting software to reliably, consistently and quickly distribute reports in oncology follow up and treatment planning. This is leading to more effective communication, clinical insight and confidence among physicians in longitudinally tracking lesions with more quantitative and structured reports—and better communication with patients as well. Register Now.

Featuring interviews with:

Les R. Folio, DO, MPH, MSc (Rad), MAS
Staff Clinician
Radiology and Imaging Sciences
National Institutes of Health Clinical Center
Antonio Tito Fojo, MD, PhD
Head, Experimental Therapeutics Section
Senior Investigator
Center for Cancer Research
National Cancer Institute

Learn how optimizing IT can help you achieve the following benefits

  • Improve Physicians Access
  • Increase Productivity
  • Enhance Patient Care

Target Audience:

  • Information Technology: CIOs, VPs/Directors of IS/IT, CSOs/Directors/Managers of Infrastructure, IT, Ops; IT Administrators, RIS/PACS Administrators & Imaging Informatics Professionals
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