Academy/NIST Post-Workshop Materials

Academy/NIST Post-Workshop Materials 2018-07-18T15:48:23+00:00

Building the Diagnostic Cockpit of the Future

The below timeline displays a progression of noteworthy events that led to the successful partnership of the Academy & the National Institute for Standards and Technology for this ground breaking workshop.

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timeline

The Interagency Working Group on Medical Imaging (IWGMI) is established -2015 The Academy holds Scientifc Symposium on the Diagnostic Cockpit of the Future - September 2017 The Academy holds Scientifc Symposium on the Diagnostic Cockpit of the Future - September 2017 The Academy publishes white paper on Scientific Symposium - October 2017 The Academy publishes white paper on Scientific Symposium - October 2017 The IWGMI publishes their Roadmap for Medical Imaging Research & Development - December 2017 The IWGMI publishes their Roadmap for Medical Imaging Research & Development - December 2017 Academy & NIST host a workshop on the Diagnostic Cockpit - May 2018 Academy & NIST host a workshop on the Diagnostic Cockpit - May 2018 Academy publishes white paper on Academy/NIST Workshop - July 2018 Academy publishes white paper on Academy/NIST Workshop - July 2018 The Academy, NIBIB, ACR & RSNA host workshop on Artificial Intelligence in Medical Imaging - Aug 2018 The Academy, NIBIB, ACR & RSNA host workshop on Artificial Intelligence in Medical Imaging - Aug 2018

Academy/NIST Workshop
Gaithersburg, MD – May 16-17, 2018

The Purpose: Collectively discuss the needs of the future diagnostician – what we have come to refer to as the “Diagnostic Cockpit” (Dx CP) of the future. This workshop facilitated dialogue amongst industry, imaging research academia, the broader physician community, and federal government agencies whose missions and expertise bear on medical imaging. This was a continuation of the Academy Scientific Symposium held in September 2017.

Academy/NIST Pre-Workshop Materials

Advanced Workshop Materials:

General Advanced Materials:

Breakout A Advanced Materials:

  • Define the scope of the product. Concisely define the current and future state of diagnostics.
  • None available.

Breakout B Advanced Materials:

  • The movement from qualitative to quantitative findings and the need for standardized references

Breakout C Advanced Materials:

  • Environmental factors, billing/patient/workflow/ diagnostician perspective.
  • None available.

Supporting Materials

(L-R) Elizabeth Krupinski, PhD (Emory University), Les Folio, DO, MPH, MSc (Rad), MAS (NIH), Mark Bronkalla, MBA (IBM Watson Health Imaging), Mitchell Schnall, MD, PhD, FACR (University of Pennsylvania),Rich Mather, PhD (Canon Medical Research USA), Jacob (Bram) Stolk, PhD, MBA (GE Healthcare), Eliot Siegel, MD (University of Maryland)