Podcast by SIIM This podcast helps you become more informed about medical imaging as well as current SIIM news and happenings. You will hear from experts in the field of enterprise IT and imaging informatics.
info_outline 36 - Reflection on the Imaging Informatics Field 11/04/2019
36 - Reflection on the Imaging Informatics Field Continuing our "Legends of SIIM" series, in this episode Paul G. Nagy, PhD, CIIP, FSIIM and David E. Avrin, MD, PhD, FSIIM sit down at SIIM 2019 and reflect on the expected and unexpected ways the imaging informatics field has developed over the past decades. Thanks to Dr. Nagy for acting again as guest host.
info_outline 35 - Clinical Decision Support 10/18/2019
35 - Clinical Decision Support This was a special episode recorded live at SIIM 2019 by guest host Bob Coleman and his guests Dr. Richard Bruce and Dr. Rishi Maheshwary. Bob is the Senior Director of Imaging Informatics at MaineHealth, while Dr. Bruce is an Assistant Professor of Neuroradiology at the University of Wisconsin and Dr. Maheshwary works for the Allegheny Health Network. The three discussed Clinical Decision Support and reviewed the experiences their respective institutions had with their implementations.
info_outline 34 - Bonus Episode - Terminology Management with a Machine Learning Model 10/15/2019
34 - Bonus Episode - Terminology Management with a Machine Learning Model In this episode, hosts Arjun and Jason chat with University of Toronto Computer Science students Salaar Liaqat and Joanna Pineda, and Drs. Ben Fine and Josh Reicher to discuss how their team developed a machine learning model to automatically associate local procedure codes to SNOMEDCT. This project was a collaborative student research project with Dr. Marzyeh Ghassemi's Machine Learning for Health graduate course at the Vector Institute and the University of Toronto.
info_outline 32 - RadLex SNOMED Ontologies 09/20/2019
32 - RadLex SNOMED Ontologies RadLex SNOMED Ontologies In this episode, join hosts Arjun and Jason, as they discuss Ontologies, including an overview of the SNOMEDCT and RADLEX frameworks with Drs. Kenneth Wang and Scott Campbell. Dr. Kenneth Wang is the MRI Section Chief for the Baltimore VA Medical Center and assistant professor of diagnostic radiology at the University of Maryland School of Medicine in Baltimore. He is a member of the RSNA informatics committee and serves as chairman of the RadLex steering committee and active in the 3-D printing special interest group. Dr. Scott Campbell is an associate professor in the Department of Pathology and Microbiology at the University of Nebraska Medical Center where he is also the Director of Pathology and Public Health Laboratory Informatics and the Senior Director of Research Information Technologies for UNMC. Dr. Campbell is a certified SNOMED Implementation Advisor and trained SNOMED CT author and serves in multiple capacities within SNOMED International including as the Chair of the Cancer Synoptic Reporting Working Group. For an introduction to Ontologies, check out this article: https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/2594/b664bcba99205effbd2e53d18fbb8c154937.pdf 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 @arjunsharmarad, @jaynagels, @AAnandMD Visit us at https://siim.org/page/siimcast
info_outline 31 - Sex and Gender in Healthcare 08/26/2019
31 - Sex and Gender in Healthcare Guests Aiden Kivisto and Rob Horn join us to discuss the way sex and gender are handled in the healthcare environment historically and how we can better serve the unique healthcare IT challenges posed by the transgender and LGBTQ patient. 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 @arjunsharmarad, @jaynagels, @AAnandMD Visit us at https://siim.org/page/siimcast
info_outline 30 - Green Radiology 08/13/2019
30 - Green Radiology In this episode, hosts Arjun and Prasanth chat with Drs. Kate Maturen and Amy Collins about Green Radiology and the impact of imaging technology and consumption on the environment. @KateMaturen is a radiologist from the University of Michigan and author of a JACR article on the Environmental Impacts of Abdominal Imaging. @DrAmy_Collins is an ER physician from Boston with Healthcare Without Harm @HCWithoutHarm. Find Dr. Maturen's article here: https://www.jacr.org/article/S1546-1440(18)30863-9/abstract Read more about Dr. Collins' work with Healthcare without Harm here: https://noharm-uscanada.org/content/us-canada/physicians-action-dr-amy-collins Check out Practice GreenHealth: https://practicegreenhealth.org/ Nurses Climate Challenge: https://nursesclimatechallenge.org/ Alliance of Nurses for Healthy Environments: https://envirn.org/ Health Care Without Harm Physician Network: https://noharm-uscanada.org/content/us-canada/join-our-physician-network Physicians for a Sustainable Future Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/PhysiciansForASustainableFuture/
info_outline 29 - HIMSS-SIIM Enterprise Imaging Community 07/25/2019
29 - HIMSS-SIIM Enterprise Imaging Community Arjun and Jason chat with Matt Doyle of Epic and Ken Persons from Mayo about their involvement in the HIMSS-SIIM Enterprise Imaging Community and the forthcoming Imaging Exchange white paper.
info_outline 28 - Open Source Tools 07/11/2019
28 - Open Source Tools This week on SIIMCast, join Arjun and Jason, as they interview Norman Young and Chris Hafey ( @CHafey ) about open source software in imaging informatics and medicine. Norman Young has been involved with medical imaging product development for the past 20 years. He began his career as a medical imaging software developer at an major academic hospital in Toronto, Canada. That was followed by stints at two RIS/PACS companies. In 2005, he founded ClearCanvas, an open source medical imaging software company, which went on to be acquired by Synaptive Medical in 2014. Today, Norman manages a team of physicists and software developers at Synaptive, building applications in MRI and imaging informatics. Chris Hafey serves as Chief Technology at Nucleus Health. Prior to NucleusHealth, Chris served as CTO for OnPoint Medical Diagnostics, Chief Architect at Vital Images, Director of Engineering at Stentor and other leadership roles for many technology firms. Chris is the creater of the Cornerstone Open source SDK for interacting with DICOM images on the web. 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 @arjunsharmarad, @jaynagels, @AAnandMD Visit us at https://siim.org/page/siimcast Medical Imaging-related Projects referenced in the discussion: CornerstoneJS Web-based medical imaging library: http://bit.ly/2yOUKYM Clear Canvas - https://www.clearcanvas.ca/ ClearCanvas Open Source Project - https://clearcanvas.github.io/ Horos Free Medical DICOM Viewer for OSX - https://horosproject.org/ OsiriX DICOM Viewer - https://www.osirix-viewer.com/ DVTk, a must have for anybody working with DICOM! - https://www.dvtk.org/ NextGen Connect (formerly Mirth Connect) - https://www.nextgen.com/products-and-services/integration-engine dwv, DICOM Web Viewer - https://ivmartel.github.io/dwv/ Oviyam - http://oviyam.raster.in/ And others: The Linux Operating System: What is Linux? at Opensource.com - https://opensource.com/resources/linux 3D Slicer - https://www.slicer.org/ Docker Enterprise Container Platform: https://www.docker.com/ MySQL Database - https://www.mysql.com/ PostgreSQL - https://www.postgresql.org/ MongoDB - https://www.mongodb.com/ Git - https://git-scm.com/ Visual Studio Code - https://code.visualstudio.com/ Node.js - https://nodejs.org/ React - https://reactjs.org/ React Bootstrap - https://react-bootstrap.github.io/
info_outline 26 - RAD-AID Follow-up 06/09/2019
26 - RAD-AID Follow-up In this episode, hosts Prasanth and guests (SIIMCast's very own) Jason, and our Ben Gyimah from Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital in Accra Ghana. Hear Jason and Ben speak about their experiences as part of the SIIM and RAD-AID's Global Ambassador program. 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 @arjunsharmarad, @jaynagels, @AAnandMD Visit us at https://siim.org/page/siimcast
info_outline 24 - Peer Review 04/22/2019
24 - Peer Review Do you Peer Review? Join Hosts Jason and Arjun as they interview Ian Maynard discussing Peer Review and its evolving role in education and quality improvement, as well as the role machine learning AI may play in the process. Ian Maynard is a veteran of IT markets in Radiology Solutions. He currently serves as CEO at Real Time Medical @RealTimeMedical, a major Canadian healthcare company providing radiology workflow solutions, including the DiaShare Diagnostic Peer Review Platform. Connect with us! You can find our podcast on Apple Podcast, Google Podcasts, or anywhere else you. Please help us out by leaving a review on Apple Podcasts. You can find us on Twitter: @SIIM_Tweets, and individually at @arjunsharmarad, @jaynagels, @AAnandMD Visit us at https://siim.org/page/siimcast
info_outline 23 - Discless Imaging Exchange 03/26/2019
23 - Discless Imaging Exchange In this episode, hosts Jason, Prasanth, and Arjun interview Dr. Alexander J. Towbin, a Pediatric Radiologist and renowned imaging informaticist. The discussion will cover discless imaging exchanges, interoperability standards, and processes to facilitate the efficient sharing of patient image data. This episode is Sponsored by Ambra Health. We thank them for their support of SIIMcast and the Society of Imaging Informatics in Medicine. For more information, visit their website at ambrahealth.com and follow their Twitter handle @ambrahealth. Connect with us! You can find our podcast on Apple Podcast, Google Podcasts, or anywhere else you. Please help us out by leaving a review on Apple Podcasts. You can find us on Twitter: @SIIM_Tweets, and individually at @arjunsharmarad, @jaynagels, @AAnandMD Visit us at https://siim.org/page/siimcast
info_outline 22 - Standards: FHIR (Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources) 03/10/2019
22 - Standards: FHIR (Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources) In this episode, host Jason continues our series on standards as he interviews Brad Genereaux and Mohannad Hussain. Brad is the Medical Imaging Alliance Manager for NVIDIA, and Mohannad is a Director of Advanced Development with Philips. Both are active in the SIIM community and on FHIR (Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources) development. Enjoy! Connect with our guests: - Brad: @IntegratorBrad, https://www.linkedin.com/in/integratorbrad/ - Mohannad: @mohannadhussain Connect with us! You can find our podcast on Apple Podcast, Google Podcasts, or anywhere else you. Please help us out by leaving a review on Apple Podcasts. You can find us on Twitter: @SIIM_Tweets, and individually at @arjunsharmarad, @jaynagels, @AAnandMD Visit us at https://siim.org/page/siimcast
info_outline 20 - Synoptic Reporting with Alex Goel 01/30/2019
20 - Synoptic Reporting with Alex Goel Alex Goel of Cancer Care Ontario joins the team to talk about Integrated Synoptic Reporting, a structured reporting effort out of Ontario. The discussion covers their experience in SR over the past few years, including the design, advantages and challenges in adoption. SIIM 2018 Annual Meeting abstract: https://siim.org/resource/resmgr/siim2018/abstracts/18quality-Goel.pdf
info_outline 19 - Journal Club 2018 01/14/2019
19 - Journal Club 2018 In this episode, the SIIMcast team sits in with the Penn Radiology Imaging Informatics Fellows as well as Fellowship Director, Dr. Tessa Cook during their regularly-scheduled Journal Club. The articles: PathBot: A Radiology-Pathology Correlation Dashboard Large Scale Semi-Automated Labeling of Routine Free-Text Clinical Records for Deep Learning Performing an Informatics Consult: Methods and Challenges JACR march 2018 Musculoskeletal Injuries Affecting Radiologists According to the 2017 ACR Human Resources Commission Workforce Survey JACR May 2018 Medically Engineered Solutions in Health Care: A Technology Incubator and Design-Thinking Curriculum for Radiology Trainees JACR june 2018
info_outline 18 - IHE with guests Kinson Ho and Kevin O'Donnell 01/09/2019
18 - IHE with guests Kinson Ho and Kevin O'Donnell Continuing our series on standards in medical imaging, in this episode we talked about the Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise (IHE) standard, its history, the relationship between vendors and users, ideals and practical considerations. Guests Kinson Ho and Kevin O'Donnell.
info_outline 17 - DICOM with guests Charles Parisot and Don Van Syckle 12/27/2018
17 - DICOM with guests Charles Parisot and Don Van Syckle The team sits down with long-time DICOM experts Charles Parisot and Don Van Syckle to discuss the standard's origins, development, ethos, and present standing.
info_outline 16 - Interview with Woojin Kim, MD & William Boonn, MD 11/17/2018
16 - Interview with Woojin Kim, MD & William Boonn, MD In this episode, we continue our series on entrepreneurship in informatics, speaking with Woojin Kim, MD and William Boonn, MD. Together, they started Montage Healthcare solutions, now known as mPower clinical analytics, which was acquired by Nuance Communications in 2016. Listen with us, as we discover how they went from a developing a simple solution for a problem to creating an advanced analytics platform. They share insights into the entrepreneeurial process, as well as lessons learned in creating a successful startup. Check out the TED Talk referenced in the discussion: https://www.ted.com/talks/bill_gross_the_single_biggest_reason_why_startups_succeed?language=en
info_outline 15 - Interview with Cheryl Kreider Carey, Executive Director SIIM 10/12/2018
15 - Interview with Cheryl Kreider Carey, Executive Director SIIM In this episode, the team sits down with Cheryl Carey, the new SIIM Executive Director. With several months under her belt in the new position, Cheryl talks about her past experience, the transition to the new role, and the future of SIIM.
info_outline 14 - SIIM Ambassador Program with RAD-AID 08/22/2018
14 - SIIM Ambassador Program with RAD-AID In this episode, Jason talks about the SIIM ambassador program run in partnership with RAD-AID (Twitter: RADAIDIntl) with guests Dale Gerus, Starla Longfellow (Twitter: starlaklongfell), and David Marichal (Twitter: radiologygeek). Dale is the Operation Director for RAD-AID informatics and Starla and David are former ambassadors talking about their experiences.
info_outline 13 - Interview with Murray A. Reicher, MD, FACR 07/31/2018
13 - Interview with Murray A. Reicher, MD, FACR Arjun, Jason, and Prasanth sit down with Murray A. Reicher, MD, FACR (@murrayreicher) - doctor, inventor and serial healthcare entrepreneur. A radiologist and early adopter of MR imaging, Murray helped usher in the age of digital radiology as a co-Founder of DR systems. In the time since, he has helped start multiple companies in the digital health and imaging space, including most recently Health Companion and Health Beacons.
info_outline 12 - Interview with Jim Whitfill 06/28/2018
12 - Interview with Jim Whitfill In this short bonus episode, the team sits down with Dr. Jim Whitfill (@jwhitfill), who is taking the helm at SIIM as the new Chair. We talk about his path to the chairmanship and what he sees on the horizon for SIIM. We also introduce our new co-host, Jason Nagels (jaynagels).
info_outline 11 - Chat with e-Patient Dave deBronkart 06/21/2018
11 - Chat with e-Patient Dave deBronkart As an author and a Ted Talk Speaker, e-Patient Dave deBronkart is an advocate for patient experience, satisfaction, engagement, and safety. In May 2018, Mr. deBronkart was the keynote speaker at the SIIM 2018 Annual Meeting's opening general session. The day before this keynote speech, Dr. Paul Nagy, SIIM Chair, sat down with e-Patient Dave to discuss participatory medicine and how empowered and engaged e-patients are sharing information with their clinicians.
info_outline 9 - Chat with Andrew Rosenkrantz 03/29/2018
9 - Chat with Andrew Rosenkrantz In this episode we sit down with Dr. Andrew Rosenkrantz (@arosenkrantzmd) of NYU Radiology to discuss his department's efforts to facilitate communication between radiologists and referring physicians through PACS-enabled tools. The following articles are discussed: http://www.jacr.org/article/S1546-1440(16)30005-9/abstract ;http://www.jacr.org/article/S1546-1440(17)30869-4/abstract. Thanks also to William Moore, MD, also of NYU Radiology, for his participation in the recording.
info_outline 8 - Interview with Gorkem Sevinc 02/21/2018
8 - Interview with Gorkem Sevinc In this episode we sit down with Gorkem Sevinc (t: @Gorkem_Sevinc), former managing director at Johns Hopkins Medicine Technology Innovation Center and now co-founder and CTO of emocha, a company leveraging video directly-observed-therapy to improve patient adherence. Recent Fast company award winner at https://www.fastcompany.com/most-innovative-companies/2018/sectors/health
info_outline 7 - Don Dennison and Christopher Roth 01/12/2018
7 - Don Dennison and Christopher Roth Arjun and Prasanth sit down with Don Dennison (Twitter: DonKDennison) and Christopher Roth (ChrisRothMD) to talk about imaging IT considerations including workflows, vendor selection, and enterprise imaging.