MIIT20 – Don’t Miss This Year’s Program!

Now Virtual! No Travel! CE & CME Credits!

See updated info in this post!

Medical Imaging Informatics and Teleradiology (MIIT), the one-day educational meeting on imaging informatics, returns to beautiful Liuna Station in Hamilton, ON on Friday May 15, 2020. MIIT has been going for 15 years and this year has a great program with speakers from leading Canadian and U.S. institutions speaking on a range of timely topics, including hot topics like AI, multimedia reporting, change management, and building effective teams, as well as a panel discussion.

We are excited to have Drs. Tessa Cook from UPenn, Vamsi Narra from BJC, Cree Gaskin from UVa, Les Folio from the NIH, Adam Prater from Emory, as well as Michael Toland from UMMS and Dr. Christian van der Pol and Ted Scott from HHSC, providing talks in person or remotely, along with Kevin O’Donnell providing an update on the DICOM standard and MIIT’s own Britt Tomlin providing a talk on the Alberta province-wide Connect Care EMR project.

Program

Check out the full program here.

Sponsorship

Information on sponsoring MIIT is here.

Registration

To register as an attendee or sponsor, click here. All prices are in CAD$.

Standard Physician registration are $200, and healthcare professionals are $150.

Early-bird registration has two deadlines with discounts for early registration. The dates and discounted rates are:

  • Physicians: By 25-Mar-2020, $150; By 27-Apr-2020, $175
  • Healthcare Professionals: By 25-Mar-2020, $100; By 27-Apr-2020, $125

A group discount rate is available to help teams attend.

  • 3-4 registrants: 10% discount
  • 5+ registrants: 20% discount

The above discounts may be applied to the early-bird rates, resulting in big savings for groups that register early.

The registration fees make MIIT very affordable, especially considering the quality of speakers and talks available in a great, easy-to-get-to venue.

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