International Session 05 - Leveraging Information Technologies in Mitigating Risks and Globally Improving Quality in Radiation Oncology Part 1: Current Information Technology Challenges and Mitigation Strategies
10:45 AM - 12:15 PM
Location: Room 005
Session Type: International
1.50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™
1.50 CAMPEP Credits
1.50 MDCB Credits
The focus of this session is to discuss challenges and highlight opportunities for global collaboration by leveraging information technologies that are currently available. An expert on IHERO interconnectivity and interoperability will provide an overview of how industry standards are to be used to address specific clinical problems and ambiguities. Another expert will describe how standardized nomenclature can open doors for global collaboration and big data applications in radiation oncology.
- Explain IT challenges in global collaboration.
- Recognize the need for interconnectivity and interoperability of radiotherapy devices.
- Analyze the need for standardized nomenclature in radiotherapy.
10:45 AM - 11:03 AM
IT Challenges in Global Collaboration in Radiation Oncology; A Physician's Perspective
Speaker: – Princess Margaret Hospital
11:03 AM - 11:21 AM
IT Challenges in Global Collaboration in Radiation Oncology; A Physicist?s Perspective
Speaker: – Virginia Commonwealth University
11:21 AM - 11:39 AM
Improving Interconnectivity and Intraoperability in Radiation Oncology; IHE-RO Initiative
11:39 AM - 11:57 AM
Standardized Nomenclature in Radiotherapy
Speaker: – University of Michigan